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    Default Re: Ford 861 PTO not engaging

    will the bearing carrier rotate in the rear housing or is it stuck tight?

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    Default Re: Ford 861 PTO not engaging

    I don't know. I didn't check it last time I had it apart.

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    Default Re: Ford 861 PTO not engaging

    if it is stuck tight.. that may still be what's holding you up. if it rotates.. it's for sure in that rear spline.. just not much else it could be.. the shaft is straight and passes thru a seal..

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    Default Re: Ford 861 PTO not engaging

    Thanks. If the bearing carrier is what's hanging up (stuck, won't rotate), how do I get it free? If, however, it's in the rear spline, what process do I use to break it loose?

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    Default Re: Ford 861 PTO not engaging

    if it's the bearing carrier.. just use a couple pry bars and a camming motion and pop it out.

    if it's int he rear spline and coupler.. you gotta disassemble back there..

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