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  1. #1
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    Default F22D PTO issue

    Okay, dumb question of the week.

    I bought my F22D for the bucket up front and the blade on the rear. I didn't think I would use the PTO for anything. But now I want to use a borrowed finish mower and I can't figure out how to engage the PTO. The lever is in the center of the H pattern, on the 1/2 side. With the engine running, tranny in N, clutch pedal depressed, I cannot move the PTO lever up or down to get into 1 or 2 and I cannot move it to the left to get over the the 3/4 side. I even tried pulling out and pushing in. No joy.

    Ideas?

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    Default Re: F22D PTO issue

    Supposing you have let out a tad on the clutch to help align gears then on sight trouble shooting is your answer. Something is frozen up or misaligned. You will have to dig deep enough to find out just what.

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    Default Re: F22D PTO issue

    Well, I got the PTO into range 1. The linkage was good, nothing bent or bound. So I decided to use a little force. The entire cage rotated, not sure it is supposed to do that. I can't get it into any other range, but 1. But that should be the gear to get me 540 PTO RPM around 2200 crankshaft RPM.

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    Default Re: F22D PTO issue

    Quote Originally Posted by winston1 View Post
    Supposing you have let out a tad on the clutch to help align gears then on sight trouble shooting is your answer. Something is frozen up or misaligned. You will have to dig deep enough to find out just what.
    Have never had to let up on the clutch to shift into any of the 4 pto speeds. Think something else is in play. No ideas right now.
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