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|roy ward||My pto clutchs keep burning up after I bale about 70 bales of hay change them two times last year and they are burned up again
|MGS||A few things to check:
First makes sure the engagement valve is adjusted correctly. You need a pressure gage for that. If the pressure is too low, you will burn out clutch packs. If you don't know how, get a tech who does.
When you have it apart, replace all of the seals and make sure you don't cut one on reassembly.
Make sure the pickup tube seal is good. If it sucks air, that's bad. Also be sure the pickup tube screen doesn't have any restrictions.