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    Default Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    I have an 8-roller Delavan pump that works great on the rear PTO but it is a little trouble to install and uninstall, and the pump is rated for 1000 RPM anyway, so I was thinking of mounting it permanently on the front (1000 RPM) PTO. The problem is, the front PTO has a ten spline 1" shaft. Does anyone know where I might find a coupler to fit this oddball? I went to the JD dealer, but apparently all the "standard" front PTO attachments use yoke couplings.

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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    Use this search term "10 spline to 6 spline PTO adapter" in Goggle or another search engine.
    It brought up several hits in Goggle including this one which is what I think you want.
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    What tractor are we talking about here? Most Mid-PTO's run at 2100 RPM, not 1000.
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    Sorry. I'm mounting the pump on our deere 955.

    RoyJackson - Thanks for the reply. I'll check that out, it might work!

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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    Quote Originally Posted by twarr1 View Post
    Sorry. I'm mounting the pump on our deere 955.

    RoyJackson - Thanks for the reply. I'll check that out, it might work!
    No problem!
    You might check your local Tractor Supply. They carry some adapters.
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    Quote Originally Posted by twarr1 View Post
    Sorry. I'm mounting the pump on our deere 955.
    I am 99.999% sure that has a 2100RPM mid-PTO...
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    Quote Originally Posted by kennyd View Post
    I am 99.999% sure that has a 2100RPM mid-PTO...
    I think so too, but that would be at the engine's PTO RPM. He can always run the tractor at a lower RPM
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    I see the OP mentions a 'front PTO.' I don't know anything about the 955; but was a European style front PTO offered for the 955, or is the OP confusing the mid PTO with a true front PTO?

    I know the 4200 - 4400 had front PTO's as options in Europe.
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    Default Re: Mounting Roller pump to front pto

    ^^ Right.

    I've got a Rear @ 540, Mid @ 2000 and Front @ engine speed
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