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part #753 is threaded on both sides, does it recive a bolt on both sides? Only remember taking one out.The 5" bolt Is bolt #188 used for pto bearing cover and the cam? Maybe another way of rephrasing- Is there a bolt head under the cam plug? Also I'm having trouble tightening the 5" long bolt because the "nut" side (#753) keeps spinning, any suggestions.... Thanks

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If I recall the part753 is threaded to use as a pull device to remove it. It pushes into the cam and the cover seals the plug in place and the bolt goes in the pto cover overlapping the cam plug. I'm going completely by memory as it's been awhile since I've been into one. The above breakdown does not show a bolt going into the cam that I can see.

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