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    Default pto slip clutch

    Does anyone have any good sites that sell a PTO SLIP CLUTCH.?
    I have a brush hog and cordwoodsaw, that Id like to have 'protected' .
    I see the 'overrunning" ones but I seem to remember seeing ones that go on the shaft and would slip if you hit something.
    I have found this one. In the slip clutch section. Has anyone seen these or have any experience with them?
    http://www.ssbtractor.com/page41.html

    Thanks.
    Al

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    Have you tried Agri-Supply.com?

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    Wow thanks. I looked there and see this one
    http://www.agrisupplyco.com/cgi-bin/...951.000000&l=1
    Looks like a great site to browse.
    Thanks.All I need is some thoughts from people who run these clutches.
    Al

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    That one looks to be splined Allan, make sure the implement end of a slip clutch is compatible with the input shaft of the implement. Some input shafts are round, some are splined. If you're not sure, the bottom of that AgriSupply slip clutch is the implement end. I'm pretty sure it's splined. http://www.ptoshafts.com/newpage31.htm has a very good selection of both splined and shear pin (round) styles.

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    I got a one for a #4 metric for my 60" tiller. It's great was a good price too. The suggestion about making sure of the implement end is a good one. The people at Agri-Supply are helpful too. bjr

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    make sure the implement end of a slip clutch is compatible with the input shaft of the implement. Some input shafts are round, some are splined.

    Good advise, check it out and avoid a mistake.

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    Thanks for the reply.
    with reference to http://www.agrisupplyco.com/cgi-bin/...951.000000&l=1
    I thought that the bottom part was female and slipped over the male pto shaft that is on the tractor. And the top end in the pic is female and would except the female implement coupler.(basically in-line).
    Does that seem to be right?
    I understand the 'smooth" shaft one is for a pin.
    Thanks again
    Al

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    Quote Originally Posted by Bedlam
    I thought that the bottom part was female and slipped over the male pto shaft that is on the tractor.
    Nope. The slip clutch always goes on the implement end. Too dangerous to have those exposed springs so close to the operator. Overrunning clutches (generally) go on the tractor end, slip clutches belong on the implement end.

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    Bedlam
    The slip clutch is mounted at the implement end of the shaft. The tractor end is unchanged. I recently added a slip clutch to my Bush Hog rotary cutter.

    The model I have has a smooth shaft on the gear box which was shorter than the clutch was designed for. I had to machine about 1/4" off of the female hub to allow the shaft and hub bolt holes line up plus drill out the hole in the mower shaft to accept a larger bolt. I mention this to warn that adding the slip clutch may not be a simple bolt up job as I had expected it to be.

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    Default Re: pto slip clutch

    Quote Originally Posted by Bedlam
    Does anyone have any good sites that sell a PTO SLIP CLUTCH.?
    I have a brush hog and cordwoodsaw, that Id like to have 'protected' .
    I see the 'overrunning" ones but I seem to remember seeing ones that go on the shaft and would slip if you hit something.
    I have found this one. In the slip clutch section. Has anyone seen these or have any experience with them?
    http://www.ssbtractor.com/page41.html

    Thanks.
    Al

    Try

    http://www.agpartz.com/agcat/index.p...7df4264846b615

    I recently bought a Weasler slip clutch from them for about $100 including shipping.

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