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    Default PTO couplers on 1430

    I have a log splitter that I want to use with the 1430. It currently has male pioneer fittings on both hoses. They seem to connect to the female end on the 1430, but the end looks like a ball bearing instead of the more pointed ends of the 1430 couplers. I would like to find the correct coupler locally and am hoping someone can tell me what to ask for. They look a lot like the JD coupler.

    Thanks for any info,
    Bill

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    Epic Contributor MossRoad's Avatar
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    Default Re: PTO couplers on 1430

    There should be numbers and letters stamped into the connectors on your PTO hoses on the PT. Find those numbers please and post here. Thanks.
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    Default Re: PTO couplers on 1430

    It is in the forum. It is an Italian fitting that (nearly) cross matches to some US fittings.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/p...reference.html
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/p...st2936885.html

    There are probably other threads, but this should get you started. PT will sell you them as well.

    I hope that this helps.

    All the best,

    Peter
    Quote Originally Posted by sirmombo View Post
    I have a log splitter that I want to use with the 1430. It currently has male pioneer fittings on both hoses. They seem to connect to the female end on the 1430, but the end looks like a ball bearing instead of the more pointed ends of the 1430 couplers. I would like to find the correct coupler locally and am hoping someone can tell me what to ask for. They look a lot like the JD coupler.

    Thanks for any info,
    Bill

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    Default Re: PTO couplers on 1430

    I just ordered them from Power-Trac. The local places only carried pioneer couplers and Power-Trac's prices were inline with other mail order places. I've wrestled with coupler's that sort-of fit before and I now I know I am getting the correct couplers.

    Thanks,
    Bill

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    Default Re: PTO couplers on 1430

    Bill., one thing I did was switch my coupler so my pto circuit had one female and one male. It has two males when it arrived. I also went to Parker connects as I can get them locally easily.
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