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Bought my used 1023E a couple weeks ago. We had a dickens of a time connecting the mower, which has auto-connect. I had to reach underneath and hold the receiving bearing to keep it from flopping around. As I looked around this forum it appears that there is an adjustment bolt that keeps that bearing/spline in alignment. I assume my JD dealer would have that? See picture. I think the head of the bolt should rest against the cross shaft to the rear of the bearing. Right?
 

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Yup, definitely broken. Here's what it should look like.

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Yup, definitely broken. Here's what it should look like.

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That looks like a bolt we should keep in our personal stock. Never know when you would need one ,but when you do ,it would be worth it weight in gold.
Well maybe, it also could be a Sorry have to go to JD for a part, be right back !!!!! :laugh: or a trip to TSC !
 

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Here's the JDParts breakdown. You'll need items 9, 10 (x2), & 15.



1AM131981Cross And Bearing Assembly3
2LVA17078Yoke With Shaft1
3LVU20093Quick Coupler1Mid-PTO Female
4LVU20271Bearing Housing W/O Bearing1NLA; ORDER AM143641
AM143641Bearing With Housing1SUB FOR LVU20271
540M7166Snap Ring1External Snap
614M7396Lock Nut7M8
719M7868Screw7M8 X 30
8JD10382Ball Bearing1
919M8568Cap Screw1M10 X 120
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTY SERIAL NO.REMARKS
1014M7296Flange Nut2M10
11LVU20273Strap4
1226M7003Shaft Key15 X 22 mm
1322M7072Set Screw2M6 X 10
14LVU20094Quick Coupler1Mid-PTO Male
1524M7178Washer110.500 X 30 X 2.500 mm FLAT IS07093,10-Z
16AM133972Yoke1Auto-Lok Assembly, Not Illustrated
17M152217Screw1Not Illustrated
18AM133973Lock Kit1Auto Repair Lock, Not Illustrated
19AM133971Shaft1Half & Auto-Lok Assy, Not Illustrated
 

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The design sort of looks like an after thought.
 

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Here's the JDParts breakdown. You'll need items 9, 10 (x2), & 15.
Perfect! I'll head to the JD dealer today, or maybe just call him. He'll probably have to order the part I'm guessing. Huge thanks! I ordered the kit to add the separate hydraulic circuit for the independent mower lift, so I can replace the broken bolt while I have the tractor apart.
 

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Bought my used 1023E a couple weeks ago. We had a dickens of a time connecting the mower, which has auto-connect. I had to reach underneath and hold the receiving bearing to keep it from flopping around. As I looked around this forum it appears that there is an adjustment bolt that keeps that bearing/spline in alignment. I assume my JD dealer would have that? See picture. I think the head of the bolt should rest against the cross shaft to the rear of the bearing. Right?
It looks to me like the long part of the bolt was on the wrong side of the bearing.
 

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Also looks like a hole gouged in the bearing seal!
I'll take a look at that when I replace the bolt. It looks like there is dirt/grease on the bearing seal, and I'm hoping that it is just some of that knocked/scraped off. Will be doing some work on it when I install the independent lift solenoid kit.
 

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This is my uneducated opinion, but to me it looks like someone shortened the bolt by cutting it off at the end. Maybe not knowing what it was for or thinking it was too long (previous owner?). You can see that at one time it was the correct size by looking at the rusty rub marks to the right, where it was supposed to be resting against that metal piece.
 
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