Front PTO kit bearing flang lock nuts
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    Front PTO kit bearing flang lock nuts

    Last winter I found a nut after snow blowing the yard. I looked all over the tractor and blower trying to find where the nut had come from. Well I missed it.
    Yesterday I found it when I had to move the PTO unit. The bottom bolt was missing a nut. How the carriage bolt stayed in there through the winter is beyond me.
    All the M10 lock nuts on the front and back bearing flanges were not that tight. I took them all of and put lock tight on all the bolts.

    Just something I though I should pass on.
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    These cap screws and nuts are supposed to be flange bolts and flange nuts. They actually should stay tight without lock-tite. Did the person who assembled yours actually use flange bolts and nuts?
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