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    oscer could do that I have a 28000# excavator that works quite well on them

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    Quote Originally Posted by N80
    Maybe I'm just a sissy but I would never grab a spinning PTO shaft!
    No way Jose! That's asking for trouble. I've seen quite a few PTO blunt trauma, burns, and just plain nasty PTO injuries!

    oscer could do that I have a 28000# excavator that works quite well on them
    Hey, I've got about 50 trees I'd like to get rid of. You wanna swing by?

    I think we've become a little bit too preoccupied with the grabbing the PTO thing to focus on the question at hand. (No pun intended)
    Chuck

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    Hey chevy2ford - Merry Christmas! Any update for us - surely you're not making merry while your poor ol' tractor has a problem - are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirthog
    oscer could do that I have a 28000# excavator that works quite well on them
    I bet it does,all I have is a JD 4110 with fel,but it sure beats the way I was doin it a couple of years ago,with a diggin iron and an axe.
    Hey chevy2ford good luck with your pto problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by N80
    Maybe I'm just a sissy but I would never grab a spinning PTO shaft!
    Sissys!! I'd of course only grab it if I tried to stop it with my foot and tennis shoe first....and I slowed it down.
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    I imagine grabbing it by hand.. even if it was only freewheeling is a great way to ind out if there is a metal bur on the shaft...

    Soundguy

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