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Greenhorn

Bent PTO shaft on 9020

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Greenhorn
Was out today spreading horse manure with the rear scope when all kinds of bangin' and clangin' and vibratin' started (shook one of the lights out of the fender). Shut it down and took a look, found the fiber coupling for the PTO shaft ripped up. Happened to have a spare one down in the shed. Went to put it on and discovered the PTO shaft is bent really bad. Bent so bad it hit one of the metal hydraulic lines going to the hydro (no leak but flat on one side). From looking at the parts break down the shaft should slide out the rear once unbolted and the front yoke is removed? I tried to remove the yoke but it won't come off. Looks like the splines on the shaft may be boogered up, or is there some kind of retainer for the yoke? Thanks for any help. Dave

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wilm169
Unbolt it from the rear clutch and the engine and you should get it out. The shaft tube is the same as a jeep 4by4 if you take it to a drive shaft shop to be repaired. That is what I did, and be shure you get the rubber inserts for the coupling when you reinstall. and new bolts.

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