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|Scott S||Question: I have removed the PTO shaft from my MF35 to replace the bearfing and seal. As I follow the manual, everything seemed to make sense, except for this last, cryptic comment: If the hydraulic pump is installed, loosen the dowels and install the end of the pto shaft into the needle bearing.
Not sure what this means but it sounds like I just can't stick the shaft back in ? the inboard end of the shaft seems to ride in the hydraulic pump. I am not suare what they mean by loosening dowels ?
anybody been there, done that ?
|harold gilbert||end of shaft runs in end of pump usually it will go in with out a problem
|Horace Piner||I want to replace the seal and o-ring in the pto on my 50s model MF35. I was told that once the pto
retainer was removed the pto shaft would pull right out. I removed the three bolts that hold the pto retainer, removed the retainer, but the pto will not come out. Am I missing a step?
|Steve White||Same problem for me. Also does the pto need to be engaged before removing.