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|Marten||I have a Ferguson TO-30 that does not have a live pto. I need to use an over-riding clutch on a rotary mower. The clutch is easy enough to find, but I can't figure out what holds the clutch on the tractor pto shaft. Do you take the grease zerks out and put a short pin in the shaft so that the inner portion of the clutch is attached to the shaft and the outer portion can free wheel?
|Gary Brown||You are correct. Usually with a new clutch there is a roll pin and you do exactly what you said. There is one other thing you might think about and that is with the O.R. clutch on, the mower drive line then may be too long to attach. Simply cut about an inch or so off the shaft until it will telescope.
|Marten||Gary. Thanks for the info.