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Center PTO Idler Pulley

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The idler pulley on the center PTO for my 3112 is out too far and not in allignment with the other two pulleys. It has been this way for a while but I have gotten by by just allowing it to rub on the inside edge. Recently the belt broke (violently) and I would like to adjust this before replacing the belt. How can re-allign this pulley toward the inside? Is it a matter of bending the bracket? It does not seem obvious to me. Any help would be appreciated.

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Joel, i have a 3314 that has the same issue. I compensated by installing a slightly wider idler pulley but i know that is not the permanent fix. Hard for me to see actually what it needed. I will be anxious to see what the experts say.

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Willy
I just did a rebuild on mine and like Maynard said I had to bend the bracket. I had the PTO off the tractor so it was just a matter of sticking it in the vice and bending it back. It would be a lot harder to do with it on the tractor.

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