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Looks so naked!!! Removed hoe, and adding 3ph/pto....

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by s1120, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. sheepfoot

    sheepfoot Senior Member

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    The independant is either in, out, out (with the brake holding the pto stub shaft from turning). There is not a slip built into the unit, the pop engage is to be tite with no slip after engaged. I would not want to run a bush hog without a slip clutch and a stump jumper myself, the overrun clutch would not be needed because you can take the pto out of gear with the lever to free spin your mower deck at any time, you could still run it if you wanted. The pins you have been working on are factory and it shows them in the parts pic's as made into those frames. You will need to keep your lift arms in the same area for correct lifting, there is a distance from the end of pto to your mower gear box that may cause you to have a longer/shorter driveshaft also to deal with.