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    1025r pto shaft problem

    Had trouble auto connecting to my 60" deck today and found the pto coupler pointed about 45 degrees up. Couldn't figure out why and then decided to disassemble the whole thing and found the pto shaft only is moving a little over an inch out of the shaft. No way it will ever drop enough with that little play. Seems like the top of the shaft has some peening preventing it from moving further out.


    Will take to dealer tomorrow but was wondering if anyone else had this issue and if its an easy "fix" or if they should just replace the whole thing







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    Quote Originally Posted by Hershmeister View Post
    Had trouble auto connecting to my 60" deck today and found the pto coupler pointed about 45 degrees up. Couldn't figure out why and then decided to disassemble the whole thing and found the pto shaft only is moving a little over an inch out of the shaft. No way it will ever drop enough with that little play. Seems like the top of the shaft has some peening preventing it from moving further out.


    Will take to dealer tomorrow but was wondering if anyone else had this issue and if its an easy "fix" or if they should just replace the whole thing






    So you can't get the small part out of the main driveline? It doesn't slide but an inch or so?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mar524ak View Post
    So you can't get the small part out of the main driveline? It doesn't slide but an inch or so?


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    Correct. The inside shaft only comes out as much as the photo shows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hershmeister View Post
    Correct. The inside shaft only comes out as much as the photo shows
    Did you try to grease it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mar524ak View Post
    Did you try to grease it?


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    Yes. It was already well greased. It stops firmly at this point as if its hitting something- which is why i think it may have some peening at the top. Very aggravating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hershmeister View Post
    Yes. It was already well greased. It stops firmly at this point as if its hitting something- which is why i think it may have some peening at the top. Very aggravating.
    Is it still in warranty?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mar524ak View Post
    Is it still in warranty?


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    Yep. But that doesn't cut my grass today

    Will bring it over to the dealer in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hershmeister View Post
    Yep. But that doesn't cut my grass today

    Will bring it over to the dealer in the morning.
    Yea I hear you!! Well they will try to take it apart if they can't they will probably warranty a new one. Sorry I wasn't any help buddy!!


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    Sorry, no help here, but how much is it supposed to slide out?
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    I believe they come completely apart. Can't remember been awhile since I've set up or worked in that area of one.


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