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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 6:17 pm    Post subject: jmor Reply to specific post Reply with quote

This is from my previous post.PTO removal


Probably just a hope, sorry to say. Generally the twist is ahead of hyd pump where PTO coupler slips over shaft. This twist keeps the shaft from sliding reward through the hyd pump splines. Due to close spacing of pump to PTO coupler, you can't access shaft ahead of pump to cut it, so you have to cut it aft of pump and remove the pump with the cut off piece of shaft still in it. Then once out of tractor, cut it again in front of pump, but aft of twist, so that you can then remove the cut off piece out the rear of pump. Often, if not always, the pump still will not come out with the length of shaft sticking out the front, so then the tractor must be split and then cut the shaft (front of pump), with torch or saws-all once drive shaft removed to allow saw access. Save removing top cover, by grinding splines away, since no saw access needed with spline grinding approach.
If split required, probably your greatest problem will be a way to support the two halves of the tractor, depending on what equipment you have or don't have available.


Can you explain this a little more in depth "Save removing top cover, by grinding splines away, since no saw access needed with spline grinding approach. "
I cant picture what you are saying. Also are you saying that when i split tractor. I have to take out drive shaft? IIm just confused.... Thanks so much.. I have everything ordered and on way.. Rebuilt cylender and adjusted per Zanes Instructions.Thanks shane
 
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 6:43 pm    Post subject: Re: jmor Reply to specific post Reply with quote

shane12970 wrote:
(quoted from post at 22:17:42 04/25/14) This is from my previous post.PTO removal


Probably just a hope, sorry to say. Generally the twist is ahead of hyd pump where PTO coupler slips over shaft. This twist keeps the shaft from sliding reward through the hyd pump splines. Due to close spacing of pump to PTO coupler, you can't access shaft ahead of pump to cut it, so you have to cut it aft of pump and remove the pump with the cut off piece of shaft still in it. Then once out of tractor, cut it again in front of pump, but aft of twist, so that you can then remove the cut off piece out the rear of pump. Often, if not always, the pump still will not come out with the length of shaft sticking out the front, so then the tractor must be split and then cut the shaft (front of pump), with torch or saws-all once drive shaft removed to allow saw access. Save removing top cover, by grinding splines away, since no saw access needed with spline grinding approach.
If split required, probably your greatest problem will be a way to support the two halves of the tractor, depending on what equipment you have or don't have available.


Can you explain this a little more in depth "Save removing top cover, by grinding splines away, since no saw access needed with spline grinding approach. "
I cant picture what you are saying. Also are you saying that when i split tractor. I have to take out drive shaft? IIm just confused.... Thanks so much.. I have everything ordered and on way.. Rebuilt cylender and adjusted per Zanes Instructions.Thanks shane
once split, you will be looking at the twisted portion of PTO shaft sticking out of pump. Also the drive shaft. Drive shaft just slips over splines at differential and at transmission and splitting will disconnect on end or the other, but it doesn't matter. Since it doesn't need to be removed if you do the grinding approach. With the twisted end of PTO shaft looking at you, you grind off the splines so that the smooth shaft will slip back through the pump.
 
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 6:55 pm    Post subject: Re: jmor Reply to specific post Reply with quote


I did some more searching and found a few pics. I think i got it understood... Fingers crossed...lol
 
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