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splined shafts for powermax rear pto?

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TBOLT
Why 2"? are you trying to adapt to a piece of equipment not made for a powermax? Just being nosy cause most everything is 540rpm and the powermax is 2000rpm(I think). Be careful you don't break something.

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CarlH
In the archives there is a post about sources for the Pow'rMax PTO hardware, As best I recall one source was in Hillsboro, OR and a company called neapco had an online catalog. Carl

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lboy1971
I have some extra mower decks laying around and want to make a 3pt mower over the winter. I can change the speeds with different size pulleys if I have to. I've seen some woods mowers and that design looks like it could be converted to 2000 rpm pretty easily.

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Kent
You may actually be able to find a Woods mower (or other brand) made for Category "0" 3-point hitches and 2000 RPM... This seems to have been a "proposed standard" that some manufacturers supported for a while but quit because the market didn't seem to be there. When Kubotas, Yanmars (small John Deeres) etc., came to be common, they'd jumped directly to Category "1" even for the smaller tractors and Category "0" kind of died off.... The foot-draggin' Clubhouse Custodian...

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