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1655 PTO Shaft

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04-03-2009 17:50:39

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I have a 1655 and I am trying to remove the outer PTO shaft. The manual says to remove the snap ring and then pull the saft. It won't budge. What am I missing, are there any tricks? I want to put a new seal on the shaft.


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Dean Barker

04-04-2009 21:11:48

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 Re: 1655 PTO Shaft in reply to Hillfarms, 04-03-2009 17:50:39  
I remove the snapring, then the front half of an implement pto shaft over the pto output shaft all the way, past where the button locks it on. Pull back real quick with the implement shaft, the botton will snap into the groove, and the output shaft most of the time will come out. Good luck.

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04-03-2009 18:06:07

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 Re: 1655 PTO Shaft in reply to Hillfarms, 04-03-2009 17:50:39  
Last year I pulled the shaft on my White 2-70. The air was filled with foul language. There was some oil behind the shaft acting as a suction cup. After several hours of *%#@ I pulled the pto shaft off my manure spreader, hooked it to the pto. This gave me the leverage to get it out.

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04-04-2009 08:36:14

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 Re: 1655 PTO Shaft in reply to WaynO, 04-03-2009 18:06:07  
Same thing happens to our 1855 if the shaft is in for a very long period of time. Now it gets swapped several times a year so it isn't an issue anymore for us.

Donovan from Wisconsin

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