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Problem with PTO and Bush Hog

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drillman2008
Join Date: Jan 2010
Posts: 2 Alexandria Louisiana
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2010-01-07          167933


I recently inherited a Kubota L2500 from my deceased grandfather. I have tried several times to disconnect the bush hog from the PTO and the shaft will not release. Can somone guide me in the right direction as to how and what may be the problem. (The Mowing deck may been hooked up for quite awhile) Is it froze up...I'd appreciate any input...

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Problem with PTO and Bush Hog

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hardwood
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 3583 iowa
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2010-01-07          167935


Drillman;
How familliar are you with tractors, mowers, PTO shafts connections etc? I don't want to get too basic if you have experience with them. Some have the familiar button to push on the side of the "U" joint on the tractor shaft, some have a ring that pulls back, some have a ring that you rotate while you slide the "U" joint off. The real old ones had a pin that went thru the "U" joint and the PTO shaft, so lots of ways they can be connected.
Rust and dirt can get bad enough over time to lock things together too. Several generous doses of a penetrating fluid or just plain oil over a couple week period may loosen it. Don't get too agressive with hammers, pry bars, etc., they can help, but too many things you can mess up using the sledge hammer method. ....

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