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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal

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1755Cockshutt

09-12-2018 08:11:21




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This message is a reply to an archived post by buzzinduzzin on May 04, 2014 at 03:42:49.
The original subject was "Re: 1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal".

We are trying to remove the PTO housing to replace it on our 1755 Cockshutt. The snap ring broke off, leaving a piece behind of course. We have the housing loose already. Can the housing come off without pulling the shaft first? or do you need to pull the shaft out to remove the PTO housing? Looking for some advice before we break something. Thanks!!!

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oliverkid

09-12-2018 10:38:16




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 Re: 1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal in reply to 1755Cockshutt, 09-12-2018 08:11:21  
Housing should come off and leave the shaft behind. Just be careful to come straight out with the housing until it disengages the shaft.



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1755Cockshutt

09-12-2018 11:18:46




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 Re: 1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal in reply to oliverkid, 09-12-2018 10:38:16  
Great Thanks!! We were trying that and it seems to be holding on something. I'm thinking it's just the spline of the shaft holding but we didn't want to force it and break something. Thanks again



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oliverkid

09-13-2018 04:07:35




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 Re: 1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal in reply to 1755Cockshutt, 09-12-2018 11:18:46  
The pto housing is piloted on 2 dowel pins on opposite corners. Did you get it loose from those?



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oliverkid

09-13-2018 06:48:13




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 Re: 1755 PTO Driv Shaft Removal in reply to oliverkid, 09-13-2018 04:07:35  
Also, u should be able to bring the whole shaft with the pto unit if need be. You may just have to spin it on the way out to get it through the trans lube pump drive gear. Not going to be fun, but it can be done.



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