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    PTO u joints

    Does anyone know the part number of PTO u joints? Are they all basically the same from tractor to tractor and implement to implement? I sell u joints and get a killer price on them and would like to order some and keep some on stock, if it's a number I don't have.

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    Which PTO U-Joints on which implement and which tractor?
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    try this place...
    Weasler PTO Outer Tube, Metric #3 Series , 6006343 | PaulB

    use the links on the left side to find what you need.

    what shape is your tube?
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    I will check them out. So, I guess they're not all the same. Lol. This is all new to me and I didn't know if the joints were a standard size or not. The PTO shaft joints from the tractor to the implements are the joints I was referring to, To my tiller and spreader. I see when you buy a new implement, they usually come with a shaft and I was thinking the u joints may all be the same.

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    Are you looking for just the cross-bearing for the U-joint in a PTO shaft, or are you looking for the entire assembly?

    Below is a diagram that shows an entire PTO shaft assy. Are you looking for the parts highlighted in yellow?

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    Yep, that's the ones. I sell them and just thought if I can get a number on them, I may have them or can order them and keep some on stock. I believe, if they're the ones I'm thinking, they're only like 8.00 ea.

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    Not all pto shafts are the same or use the same size joints.
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    I can not see a tractor having a pto universal joint. One or more in the steering or perhaps front wheel drive (actually two per side I think on what I have)

    Both the yolk and the cross vary as can be pretty easily seem walking around an equipment yard. Seems the grease fitting is getting omitted on some replacement stuff.

    There is a way to position two joints on a shaft to make it turn as steady as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duster3404 View Post
    I will check them out. So, I guess they're not all the same. Lol. This is all new to me and I didn't know if the joints were a standard size or not. The PTO shaft joints from the tractor to the implements are the joints I was referring to, To my tiller and spreader. I see when you buy a new implement, they usually come with a shaft and I was thinking the u joints may all be the same.
    A part of the problem is that "PTO Shaft" can mean a couple of different things. Lots of folks here have CUTs with a PTO driven front snowblower or sweeper and the front PTO shafts are totally different than rear PTO shafts. Added to that, different manufacturers include different PTO shafts with their equipment so the only way to know if they are the same is to look up the parts breakdown for each individual shaft and see if you can cross-reference them.

    The simple answer to your question is no, there no single universal use U joint for PTO shafts. But that doesn't mean that all of your's are different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Added to that, different manufacturers include different PTO shafts with their equipment so the only way to know if they are the same is to look up the parts breakdown for each individual shaft and see if you can cross-reference them.

    The simple answer to your question is no, there no single universal use U joint for PTO shafts. But that doesn't mean that all of your's are different.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ - What he said.

    As an example, below is a page from the PTO parts link posted earlier. You can see the variety of bearing sizes used, and this is just from one manufacturer.

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