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 03-13-2004, 19:45 Post: 79796
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

I think the rear pto shaft on my TC25D (385 hrs.) is broken. It appears to be off to one side, the seal is broken and fluid is running out. Has this been a problem with Boomers?






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 03-13-2004, 22:51 Post: 79808
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

It certainly is not a common problem or at least it has not been posted here before lately. What were you running? Is it under waranty?






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 03-14-2004, 07:24 Post: 79826
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

If it's a warranty issue, I think I'd just show up at the dealer and respond to all questions asked rather than volunteering information here or elsewhere. I haven't heard of the problem on that tractor before.






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 03-16-2004, 18:53 Post: 80069
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

that is not a problem with any tractor of new holland brand as for being a warrinty issue i dought it tc25 went out of production over a year ago if it is not under warrenty i would suggest a tade on a new modle that is a very pricy repair






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 03-17-2004, 07:19 Post: 80120
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

If a dealer was talked to whether it's in or out of warranty they'd ask questions to determine if the tractor was abused (oversized implements, wrong shear pins etc.).

If there's been no abuse then it's a low hour tractor with what sounds like a failed output shaft and likely the result of a manufacturing defect. Warranties are supposed to cover manufacturing defects but it's still a story that doesn't do NH any good. I believe I think I've heard of cases where a factory authorized repair of a low hour tractor that was out of warranty, so maybe it's worth a talk with NH CS and the dealer. A dealer couldn't take on the repair under warranty unless authorized to do so by the factory.






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 03-17-2004, 07:43 Post: 80121
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

I agree with Tom. For a component like this to break, without abuse there must be a flaw in the casting or forging. Most manufactures will extend the waranty to cover such items out of good will. You may have to talk with the area rep. for NH but normally they will replace the item at the least and will cover labour at the best.






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 03-17-2004, 19:58 Post: 80212
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

yes that is all true BUT he said that the seal was out of place to me that is abuse and pto shafts in those tractors are not cast they are cnc machined






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 03-17-2004, 21:16 Post: 80227
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

It depends on how and when it broke as far as damaging the seal. If it had an implement that caused the shaft to keep turning but was broke off inside it could damage the seal. Those shafts are extremely hard so it seems like there could possibly be some abuse involved with it.
We broke a PTO shaft off on a Massey TO20 (old 1 1/8" shaft) when we were bush hogging with it. The top link piece on the bush had broke the weld and was hanging on so we took a 3/8" logging chain and hooked it around the bottom lip of the bushhog and around the area where the top link was. This was a temporary fix until we could weld the piece. It worked fine until he raised the bushhog slightly and the chain caught the grease fitting on the overrun coupler. It tore the seal up and snapped the PTO shaft off clean at the end of the overrun coupler. It also bent and stretched the 3/8" logging chain. It sure made a believer out of me when it comes to PTO power and strength. Since that day we outlawed any type of temporary fixes!!! It only cost about $200 to get it fixed, but that of course was doing the work ourselves and nothing inside was damaged and it was an old tractor and not a nice new CUT.






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 03-17-2004, 21:55 Post: 80228
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 TC25D rear pto shaft broken

I don't know how the seal being out of place makes it abuse?
If the shaft breaks and gets to flopping around, the first thing it is going to take out will be the seal !






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 03-18-2004, 16:29 Post: 80325
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never mind i work on these tractors everyday i know what im talking about and im not going to cyber argue about it plus the guy him self has not even responded so it is all speculaton any way






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