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young tractor

01-08-2021 14:55:58




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Hi guys last fall I was on here asking about switching my 1850 diesel to 1000 rpm shaft. I made the mistake of shifting it while the 540 shaft was in. Someone on here said a pin falls down and makes the little shifting plunger stuck in place. Right now the pto doesnít work. The shifter is stuck in no mans land. I got the whole pto unit out of the tractor and thought I would ask before tearing it apart. Can you guys give me a simplified way to go about fixing it? I assume I separate the outside housing from the inside. Is there anything I have to take apart before that? Then will it be obvious once I get in there? As always I really appreciate all the help youíve given me over the years. You were a big part of helping me get started farming with Oliverís. This tractor was in the Oliver magazine a couple years ago. Itís my favorite tractor on the farm.

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J. Schwiebert

01-09-2021 07:07:27




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 Re: 1850 pto in reply to young tractor, 01-08-2021 14:55:58  
While you do that you need to rework the clutch. Send me an e-mail.



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NYOlivers

01-08-2021 17:50:25




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 Re: 1850 pto in reply to young tractor, 01-08-2021 14:55:58  
The best thing is to have a service manual. Its really not all to hard to take apart. Go on youtube and search Chris Losey "oliver 50 series pto rebuild" he has a few videos on rebuilding one.



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young tractor

01-09-2021 17:39:27




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 Re: 1850 pto in reply to NYOlivers, 01-08-2021 17:50:25  
Thanks guys. The videos really helped. I got it apart. The pin just hung up. Iím putting all new seals in it now that Iím that far. I donít think the plunger popped forward when I pulled the 540 shaft.



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NYOlivers

01-11-2021 11:07:02




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 Re: 1850 pto in reply to young tractor, 01-09-2021 17:39:27  
Get in contact with J. He has the info on the pto clutch parts that need to be machined to stop the drag and constant spinning of the shaft. He helped me out with it.



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J. Schwiebert

01-09-2021 20:12:08




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 Re: 1850 pto in reply to young tractor, 01-09-2021 17:39:27  
While you are there have the clutch machined a little. It will prevent that drag on the clutch disk!



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