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1365 PTO

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06-22-2021 15:08:03

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I have an Oliver 1365. Specs and the manual say it has a 540/1000 PTO but can't find anything about how to get to 1000. How do I switch over to 1000?

I see some Oliver models switch out the PTO shaft. Does anyone have information about the 1365?

Thanks in advance.

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06-23-2021 02:06:54

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to SkippysPad, 06-22-2021 15:08:03  
On my two Fiat built Agri-Power tractors, models 8000 and 9000 they have a two speed PTO with a two stage flywheel clutch. The PTO shift lever is moved forward or rearward from the center off position for 540 or 1000 speeds on the plain six spline 540 shaft. I've never seen a 21 spline shaft available, so an adapter must be used. Not sure OSHA would like this design, one has to be REALLY CAREFUL when moving the shift lever as to what speed you want..

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Traditional Farmer

06-23-2021 08:59:56

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to Dieseltech, 06-23-2021 02:06:54  
That is the way David Brown tractors have the 540 and 1000 PTO speeds set up.Yanmar 330 is the same,even had a small Yanmar with 3 speed PTO on the same lever 540,750 and 1000.

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06-22-2021 19:42:52

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to SkippysPad, 06-22-2021 15:08:03  
Probably right. Looking at the service manual it doesn't seem possible. And yet, every spec chart on every web page says the same.

This post was edited by SkippysPad on 06/22/2021 at 07:44 pm.

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B A Star

06-22-2021 19:20:08

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to SkippysPad, 06-22-2021 15:08:03  
   Those tractors were built in Italy.   The Oliver Service Manuals were done in Charles City, The Technical Writers had to convert Italian to English.   I'm sure when a 2 speed PTO was referred to it was automatic that it was 540 & 1000, thus the mistake.

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06-22-2021 18:58:21

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to SkippysPad, 06-22-2021 15:08:03  
Mine has both ground speed and engine speed. It's the 4x4. Possibly a typo, but it's interesting that the manuals show it in the specs, and even YT shows it in the specs.

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Traditional Farmer

06-22-2021 18:09:20

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to SkippysPad, 06-22-2021 15:08:03  
I have never heard of a 1365 having 1000 PTO,some have 540 and ground speed PTO,some don't.My 2 wheel drive 1365 has both,my 4WD 1365 only has 540.

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06-25-2021 07:49:06

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 Re: 1365 PTO in reply to Traditional Farmer, 06-22-2021 18:09:20  
Is the ground speed pto used for anything in this country? I was told by a long dealer the ground speed pto was used to power carts with a shaft and differential in Europe,being the 1365 is a fiat built machine too.I guess it could be used for pto driven broadcast spreaders

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