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WOODCO
Join Date: Jun 2004
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2004-06-04          87727


I am getting a clacking noise when the pto is engaged. The service manager at the dealer told me to pull the pto shaft out and inspect it for damage. I removed the seal cover but the shaft won't pull out easily and I'm afraid to force it. Which cover should I remove first to inspect the pto?

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TomG
Join Date: Feb 2002
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2004-06-04          87751


It seems a strange thing to be telling most customers--especially those who don't have repair manuals. I really don't think I'd try this without a manual. I'd also be aware that some drives may have parts that could come off the end of the shaft and drop into the cases.

If the tractor has HST the drive may be simpler than ones used with the gear TX's for which I have manuals. There is no procedure in my manuals for the removal and inspection of the output shaft separate from general overhaul procedures. However, it does look possible from my parts diagrams. Most PTO output shafts would have a snap ring immediately behind the oil seal as well as several other interior snap rings and retaining rings. Assuming the service manager knows a procedure, it almost certainly would require the removal of at least an outer snap ring. I can't tell from my parts diagrams if removal of interior snap rings would be necessary and if so whether they'd be accessible.

Let's assume that the service manager knows his tractors but maybe should have told you more detail or maybe not made the suggestion at all. He'd probably tell you if you need a new gasket. ....

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2004-06-08          88103


Your service manager is wrong. you have to split the tractr to remove the pto shaft from a tc29 or and tc for that matter. Is it still under warrenty? When did you buy it? Did you buy it new? ....

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