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    Veteran Member Mark_in_NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    John,
    In all honesty, In this particular situation, you make a very good point. For you see. I have no other implements (at this time) that would require the PTO except the afore mentioned backhoe.
    So, I guess I really Don't need to remove the adapter. Except for the fact that it has now become a quest.

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    glenn,
    I have the PERFECT reason / argument for the use / requirement of a PTO pump.
    My JD 950 came with it and it has no rear hydraulic connections. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img] [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]
    I suppose I could always trade !!! Hmmmm !!!!

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Glenn...

    One of my best friends is an attorney...

    ...and I must admit both of you guys do have a great sense of humor and can so subtly stir up the pot... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/grin.gif[/img]

    (without any give away expressions on your faces...)[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Mark, I have to wonder if the application of heat to the adapter will help. As these things become a real challenge we would all love to see you triumph over the adapter.

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Ahhh a picture is worth a thousand words. If its as loose as you say try EdKing's advice and put a gear puller on it. If there is debris in the groove at worst you'll just markup the shaft or adapter a little. As far as heat goes be very carfull of the shaft seal, a solution to one problem could lead to a bigger one [img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img].

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Mark,
    Have you had this adapter off in the past? Or is this the first time you've tried to remove it?

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Jerry,
    This is the first time. I have only owned the tractor / backhoe for 1 year and just recently got brave enough to remove the backhoe.
    The local dealer where I bought the tractor had installed a new clutch just before I found it and bought it, which meant that they had to remove the backhoe in order to split the tractor. In fact it was in his shop that I first saw the JD 950 and it was split then.
    Not knowing much at all about the path of the PTO shaft through and into the tractor housing. I don't know whether or not the adapter would have had to come off, in order to split the tractor or did they do as I did and just remove the pump shaft from the adapter, leaving the adapter attached to the tractor.
    Out of curiosity, the next time I am over there, I will go down to the repair shop and talk to the service tech that is there, for he is the man that did the new clutch installation and such.

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Whatever it is that is not allowing the adapter to slide off has some strength to it. I am 6'2' and 230 lbs and with me applying enough strength to flex a heavy 3' wrecking bar, the adapter will not budge. I also don't want to apply to much force back on the rear end housing while prying against it.
    I am going to have to make sure that I clean everything real good and look for a possible pin, I haven't seen one but it is worth another look.

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Mark,
    Then there's still something in there holding it on.....no other holes? Somewhere a roll pin has been driven in?

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    Default Re: The Adapter Saga Continues

    Of course a good fit on a roll pin and it wouldn't slide back 1/8" usually.

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