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2-135 pto question

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pms

01-06-2021 16:15:19




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Looks like it is 1000 rpm pto only.Was hoping someone with a 2-135 could verify this for me.Thanks Paul




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scootergmc

01-07-2021 07:16:57




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to pms, 01-06-2021 16:15:19  
Watch this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZn2jZLWyEo



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pms

01-07-2021 08:58:35




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to scootergmc, 01-07-2021 07:16:57  
Great info..Thanks.
Paul



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wisconsin cowman

01-06-2021 21:04:38




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to pms, 01-06-2021 16:15:19  
If you remove the four bolts holding the pto shield on and you can pull the shaft out with the bearing then you have dual speed pto. The 540 shaft is longer and engages on a different splines then the 1000 pto. If you canít pull the shaft out then itís single speed only.



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pms

01-07-2021 07:12:28




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to wisconsin cowman, 01-06-2021 21:04:38  
Was going to look at tractor to buy.Asked owner to snap a picture of pto to verify if its a dual speed unit.Couldn't tell from picture if those four bolts are holding a plate that retains pto shaft or if that is part of the casting.Never owned a 2-135 so can't tell from picture what I'm looking at.So you guys are say that's a two speed unit?Excuse my ignorance lol.
Paul



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rrlund

01-07-2021 06:26:56




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to wisconsin cowman, 01-06-2021 21:04:38  
You've got it. Hopefully somebody hasn't punched that little plug out so the oil won't gush out like a new milk cow. Mine's still in there. I don't think I get enough oil out of it to fill a 10cc syringe when I pull the shaft out.



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Dieseltech

01-06-2021 17:31:27




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to pms, 01-06-2021 16:15:19  
Yes, picture shows a 1 3/8 21 spline 1000 RPM shaft.



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pms

01-06-2021 18:18:29




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to Dieseltech, 01-06-2021 17:31:27  
Yes I know thats a 1000 rpm shaft.Most of the 2-135s had the 540/1000 rpm setup.Just can't tell if that's a 540/1000 rpm unit or just 1000 only.
Thanks,Paul



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pms

01-06-2021 18:21:06




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 Re: 2-135 pto question in reply to pms, 01-06-2021 18:18:29  
On the dual speed units you swap out shafts to go from 1000 or 540.Looks like you can't swap shafts on one in the picture.
Paul



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