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  1. #1
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    Default D1600 and over running clutch?

    I have a new to me d1600 and was bush hogging and could feel the the cutter pushing when I pushed the clutch in. Should I get an over running clutch adapter, and will I to get a shorter PTO shaft for the cutter?

    Jeremy

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    Platinum Member roxynoodle's Avatar
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    Yanmar 1510d, 1950 Farmall H

    Default Re: D1600 and over running clutch?

    I have been told the over running clutch is a must on these smaller tractors.

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    Satoh S-470D, Mitubishi FD 1450D

    Default Re: D1600 and over running clutch?

    You might have to shorten the pto if you put the orc on. You'll just have to try first. If you do have to remove some of the shaft make sure you take equal parts off the inner and outer. I don't know why but I've heard that many times. My 1450 could use one too but I just knock it out of gear in those situations. I just use a 48" rfm on mine, no bush hog.

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