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|Dale||Am beating by head against the rear tire trying to remember how to pull the pto shaft on a 1650 so that I can pull the motor and get to the tractor clutch. Can remember the process for a 77, 1800, or 2-135 but the 1650 is different. Can someone PLEASE jog my memory as to what "retains" the pto shaft.
|Chapman Enterprises||did you get it out if not will tell you how by now you must have
|Dean||Pull off the cover on the PTO housing. You will be looking at the spider for the PTO disks. There will be some access holes in the back of the spider, through which the snap ring that holds the shaft and spider in place can be removed. Good Luck!
|ben||what year did they make the 1650