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Pto v belt pulley

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Graveyard1984

10-11-2018 21:02:44




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Do they make a v belt pulley that will work on a rear pto shaft? If so where can i find one?

How many rpms will the pto spin at full throttle on a m farmall?




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DoubleO7

10-13-2018 09:14:36




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
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Yes, the pulley would go over the tapered part behind the flange.

The pulley goes over the shaft first, then the hub goes on the shaft. Bolts thru the flange go into the pulley and the pulley and hub are drawn together via the bolts.

The tapered part of the hub has two slits in it.

As the pulley is drawn up onto the tapered hub it forces the hub to clamp onto the shaft.

Here is a pto hub: https://www.amazon.com/Browning-Split-Taper-Bushing-Spline/dp/B005JMNHUO

It appears the hubs are cheap but the pulleys and sprockets are expensive.

So you might want to go with the weld-a-hub and sprocket/pulleys to save $$ after all.

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old

10-12-2018 11:03:12




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
Most any good farm and home store will have blank PTO has and pulleys that one can weld onto the hub. I have welded up a good many of them over the years



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IA Roy

10-12-2018 10:57:53




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
Motion Industries is a Browning dealer. Lots of stores. It is a big chain for power train components.



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rustyfarmall

10-12-2018 08:30:00




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
My Woods belly mower is belt driven from a pulley mounted on the PTO shaft.



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DoubleO7

10-12-2018 08:13:25




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
Get the taper lock hub for the pto shaft.

Then get the pulley you think you need to go with the hub.

That way if you need or want to change to a different size pulley or put a chain sprocket on it you can.

If you do the weld-a-hub to sprocket, your stuck with that assembly and have to create an entire new assembly in order togo with a different pulley or sprocket.



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John730D

10-12-2018 06:44:45




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
I have a taper lock 20 inch double grove pully I would sell cheap. The taper lock hub is for a 540 PTO shaft. Let me know if you need it. Email should be open.



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IA Roy

10-12-2018 06:36:23




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
They will turn 540 or a little more. The surface speed of the belt is all dependent on the diameter. Like others say the belly mowers use a large pulley to get belt speed up and the larger they are the more power they can transmit



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Russ from MN

10-12-2018 06:16:59




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
You definitely want a taper-lock, it's the only way to get it tight.



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tjv

10-12-2018 06:12:25




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  

I have a Browning hub here for the taper lock type pulley or sprocket the numbers stamped on it are P2 1 3/8-6 SPL B I also have a weld a hub type one on another tractor so you have options



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Graveyard1984

10-12-2018 20:21:58




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to tjv, 10-12-2018 06:12:25  
The pulley just bolts to that piece in the picture?



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Mike M

10-12-2018 05:19:20




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
I remember seeing at one of the farm stores the weld a pulley rack and they offered a hub made to go on a pto shaft. Buy the hub and buy the pulley and you weld them together.



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Geo-TH,In

10-12-2018 04:06:22




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
I have a large pulley on my Farmall C's pto. It about 16-18 inches in diameter. It powers a woods 6 ft belly mower. I put an want ad on TY and bought the 6 ft woods mower that was used on Farmall H & M.
As others said 540 rpms.



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BAnNC

10-12-2018 03:14:59




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
Had one on a Ford 641 that was for a side cycle. Had twins on it. Just as OP said here, pto connector with twin v belt pulleys on it. That was a Ford product.



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gene bender

10-12-2018 01:12:13




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
Just find a Browning dealer. They will have the hub with the splines to fit the PTO and the pulley to fit that hub



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Andy Martin

10-11-2018 21:22:11




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 Re: Pto v belt pulley in reply to Graveyard1984, 10-11-2018 21:02:44  
You could easily make one with a weld-on pulley and machine a PTO adapter to fit.

An M will turn over 540 RPM on the PTO. You'll find belt power is limited at low speeds, you may want twin drives. I've used a chain and a couple of sprockets to get the speed up before going to a v-belt.



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