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rokon2813

300 series question

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SmilinSam

Pretty sure its not. All the ones I have had have a long pto side shaft with a long keyway and a threaded end, like the ones used on the 3300/3400 series. All the ones I have had though have been from hydro tractors not the vari drives.

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Chris727

The 310 was never offered as a hydro. These tractors had variable drive like a b-212. The 300s also had the larger diameter input shaft like the other RBTs. Yokes could be swapped to make a B-series variable replace the 300 variable.

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Chris727

Sam is correct regarding the keyed output shaft but since 300s never used the mid PTO except to operate rear implements with their own clutches the threaded stud and s snap ring groove are unneeded. They were likely just using a 3400 series shaft (cone clutch-equipped machine).

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SmilinSam

Should have also said the ones I had were from 312's & 314's.

Like Chris said, just swap yokes.... and if the extra length on the pto side is a problem you could just cut the extra off.

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rokon2813
quote:Originally posted by SmilinSam

Should have also said the ones I had were from 312's & 314's.Like Chris said, just swap yokes.... and if the extra length on the pto side is a problem you could just cut the extra off.


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id="quote">Won't be anything to cut, going the other way ;)Have a customer needing a bgb for his 310, and I have the B series.Trying to get a manufacturer number from him, he swears its a 310 hydro, and I've found a couple other references to one. I'd like a manu. number to prove to us there was a 310H or to them that there wasn't.Maybe all it will amount to is he has a 310 hood on a 312 or 314.I did find a part number for a cross shaft for a hydro in a parts list for a 1600044 (probably just a generic drawing)2027040 SHAFT, Driven (Used With Variable Speed Drive) 2025572 SHAFT, Drive (Used With Hydrostatic Drive)

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Chris727

The parts manual covers all of the 300 series models in one book. There was a 3410H but I have never seen an AC 10 hp hydro nor any references to it in the sales, service, or parts literature.

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