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    Default PTO shaft Pin

    Hello All,

    I have a small problem.

    The good news[img]/w3tcompact/icons/cool.gif[/img] is I've finally gotten the pin that keeps the brush hog drive attached to the PTO shaft unstuck.

    <font color=red>The bad news </font color=red>[img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img] is when I popped it loose I apparently lost some parts for it. I can't figure out how it goes back together. I'm obviously missing at least one small part for this thingy - whatever it might be called scientifically.

    My questions are -

    1) Can I easily get a new one of these jobbers?
    2) If so does anybody have any suggestion where?
    3) Are they usually standard sized?

    Thanks for any help.

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    Platinum Member joecdeere's Avatar
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    Default Re: PTO shaft Pin

    There are several sizes and designs, the easiest thing to do is take that half of the shaft with you to a GOOD farm dealer
    and put it on the parts counter and ask for a new quick disconnect pin. Any dealer worth their salt will have them in stock. Some of the newer ones only have a button and a spring and are held in with a couple of punched places around the hole, the older ones may have a clip and two or three pieces. They should know.

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    Default Re: PTO shaft Pin

    Thanks joecdeere.

    That's exactly the information I was searching for. I'd sure like to try this old hog once before I have to go buy a new one. Who knows maybe it will work as advertised.

    When you say "farm dealer" are you referring to JD, kubota, NH etc?

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    Platinum Member joecdeere's Avatar
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    Default Re: PTO shaft Pin

    Any should do, I just meant to not go to the small lawn and garden center type, A "farm" dealer tends to sell a lot more PTO driven equipment that the small places, therefore would
    tend to stock the repair parts

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    Default Re: PTO shaft Pin

    Thanks, I will head there this afternoon.

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