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    Hi Guys,

    Below are a couple of pictures of the stuff that came in a bag when I got my new CK27 about two weeks ago.

    This might be a stupid question, but, what is the black piece that was in with the manuals. It appears to be a cover and is threaded. It looks similar to the tool kit cover that comes on many different ATV's. I can't find the other piece that it screws to anywhere

    Can anyone offer the answer?

    Also is this what the rest have received with their new kioti tractor?


    Thanks,
    Rob


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    The black part looks like a cover to protect the PTO shaft. the other on is some type of pin but I do not know for where.
    Bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillBeyer View Post
    The black part looks like a cover to protect the PTO shaft. the other on is some type of pin but I do not know for where.
    Bill
    Thanks! I am sure your right. It would make sense that this is loose in the bag then because my tractor came with a tiller on it.

    The pin is just and extra I am assuming.

    Thanks again.

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    Agree on the PTO cover.

    The pin appears to be a spare toplink pin.

    It looks kinda small at first in the pic, but when comparing it to the PTO cover......

    Is it 3/4" diameter??
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    that threaded cap almost looks to me like
    the top to a tube that some manufacturers are
    mounting to equipment to hold the op manuals.

    i have seem then on the JD and Frontier stuff,
    small tubes that the top unscrews off, almost
    like a thermos!

    lots of jokes about it being just that, a thermos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD1 View Post
    Agree on the PTO cover.

    The pin appears to be a spare toplink pin.

    It looks kinda small at first in the pic, but when comparing it to the PTO cover......

    Is it 3/4" diameter??
    Right on both answers.
    I suggest that Moosetrax locates and purchases a threaded metal PTO cover which offers far more protection. I got the same cheesy plastic cover when I bought the NH TC40 in 2002. You would think that when investing that much money, why do the manufactures pull the plastic PTO cover skimp? Anyone in the market for a new tractor-negotiate into the deal a metal PTO cover!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickel plate View Post
    Right on both answers.
    I suggest that Moosetrax locates and purchases a threaded metal PTO cover which offers far more protection. I got the same cheesy plastic cover when I bought the NH TC40 in 2002. You would think that when investing that much money, why do the manufactures pull the plastic PTO cover skimp? Anyone in the market for a new tractor-negotiate into the deal a metal PTO cover!
    I dont even use a PTO cover. I really dont see the point with modern tractors.

    a LONG time ago, some tractors had PTO driven hydraulic pumps. (think 8n). those had to have the PTO running just to lift an implement. So trying to make fine adjustments while hooking up a blade could be dangerous. Thats where the covers were handy.

    But for me (and I think most), the PTO is only turning when there is a PTO shaft attached. In which case the cover would be usless.


    On second thought.....maybe it is designed to protect the SHAFT....not you from the shaft????? Maybe keep dirt and moisture off???
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD1 View Post
    I dont even use a PTO cover. I really dont see the point with modern tractors.
    I've bought three tractors, all used, and none came with PTO covers, so you aren't the only one that doesn't use one.
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    That pin may have a use on one of the 3pt hitch arms. If switched with another part it may allow one arm to have a bit of range for implement to go up and down freely. I'm guessing at straws here but I have that option on a jd I have here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD1 View Post
    I dont even use a PTO cover. I really dont see the point with modern tractors.

    a LONG time ago, some tractors had PTO driven hydraulic pumps. (think 8n). those had to have the PTO running just to lift an implement. So trying to make fine adjustments while hooking up a blade could be dangerous. Thats where the covers were handy.

    But for me (and I think most), the PTO is only turning when there is a PTO shaft attached. In which case the cover would be usless.


    On second thought.....maybe it is designed to protect the SHAFT....not you from the shaft????? Maybe keep dirt and moisture off???
    It's difficult enough to scrunch down in there to attach the PTO shaft without having to deal with debris removal or hard grease mixed with dirt.
    Let your tools do the work.

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