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    Default 2320 PTO shaft for front Hitch- Snowblower

    So i was one step closer to getting my new 47" Snowblower working the last snowstorm until i could NOT get the PTO drive shaft to slip onto the PTO under the tractor for the front hitch/drive. Any ideas? It almost seems as though there is a roller ball catch that needs to push in to engage on the pto but its not? could something be siezed? Am i not alligning something correctly?

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    Default Re: 2320 PTO shaft for front Hitch- Snowblower

    There is a collar on the driveshaft that needs to be pulled back to disengage the lock-balls. After sliding it on the stub shaft, release the collar and slide back and forth till the balls engage in the groove.
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    Default Re: 2320 PTO shaft for front Hitch- Snowblower

    THANKS!! I will try that tonight!

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    Default Re: 2320 PTO shaft for front Hitch- Snowblower

    Also try shifting the PTO lever to the rear PTO position which will put the mid-PTO in "neutral" allowing it to turn freely and easily aligning the splines. If the shaft is dry a little WD 40 helps too.

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