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 04-28-2004, 08:36 Post: 84575
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Can you change the direction the pto turns on the D1500 Mitsubishi? Or how can I use my 4 ft. bush hog on my little tractor?
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 04-28-2004, 08:50 Post: 84578
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John, it will probably be a LOT easier to sharpen the back-sides of the blades on your bush-hog.

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 04-29-2004, 07:38 Post: 84683
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Thanks Murf, I thought I might have to do that. My brother said he could do that in his milling machine. Now if I can just get those stubborn bolts off.






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 04-29-2004, 08:49 Post: 84689
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Sometimes rotating equipment is designed to turn in one direction. The threads that fasten the gears and blades might have been specifically cut right or left hand so normal rotation keeps things tight. I'd hate to have a blade fly off or a gear slip on the shaft because the nut loosened up.
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 04-29-2004, 19:11 Post: 84731
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That's right on some things Blizzard, all though on the mower I think everything is drilled and pined. I know the front yoke is, don't know about the bottom shaft. I think it should be, because when you stall the motor while mowing the forward motion of the blades would be enough to break it free. I think the blades have lock nuts.






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 04-30-2004, 10:36 Post: 84784
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I have a pto reverser & pto shaft adapters to standard 6 spline






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 05-01-2004, 06:36 Post: 84846
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Isheaffer, I have the pto adapter on already, but how hard is it to install the reverser and how much do they cost. It could come in handy if I ever wanted to run a tiller.
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 05-01-2004, 11:58 Post: 84884
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The reverser goes on with 4 bolts. I don't feel it is right to post pricing on message boards.Please email me for pricing.






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 06-15-2005, 18:23 Post: 112417
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I'm looking at buying a D3200 refurb tractor. Claimed is 38 HP and has 5 forward gears and High, Med. and low ranges. I didn't check the PTO direction. Is this likely a Viet Nam tractor? Better off to find a used engine for my old JD 950? Tired of wrenching....






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If it looks like new & has close to 0 hours it is a Viet tractor.






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