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I'm looking for assistance to use my 450 tiller ( previously used on 425 JD ) on my 1026R. I realize the tractor end of PTO (on tiller) needs to be changed from male to female connection. Is there a piece that fits into the square shaft and will connect onto the tractor?

Thanks in advance for all your suggestions,
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Perhaps some pictures would help us help you. :good2:

BTW, I moved this to the implement and attachment section.


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I just did a quick Google search-it looks like it should work as far as the PTO speed and such, but I have no idea about the PTO connection.
 

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I'm looking for assistance to use my 450 tiller ( previously used on 425 JD ) on my 1026R. I realize the tractor end of PTO (on tiller) needs to be changed from male to female connection. Is there a piece that fits into the square shaft and will connect onto the tractor?

Thanks in advance for all your suggestions,
JD3X
Did you get this to work? I'm in the same situation.
 

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A photo of the PTO connection on the tiller would be helpful.
I guess I at a loss on what you are talking about on the PTO. I have a 425 and a 1025R I have PTO attachments for the 425 that I now use on the 1025 The only issue if it's a 3 pt attachment , you need to change it from a category 03PT to a category 1 3 PT .Both tractor PTO's are the same
 

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I'm looking for assistance to use my 450 tiller ( previously used on 425 JD ) on my 1026R. I realize the tractor end of PTO (on tiller) needs to be changed from male to female connection. Is there a piece that fits into the square shaft and will connect onto the tractor?

Thanks in advance for all your suggestions,
JD3X
I guess I at a loss on what you are talking about on the PTO. I have a 425 and a 1025R I have PTO attachments for the 425 that I now use on the 1025 The only issue if it's a 3 pt attachment , you need to change it from a category 03PT to a category 1 3 PT .Both tractor PTO's are the same
In the original post, the gentleman stated he was having an issue with the PTO connection.
 

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Picture of PTO shaft

In the original post, the gentleman stated he was having an issue with the PTO connection.
Attached is a picture of my tiller PTO shaft. My tiller has a male fitting, and so does my 1026R. What type of conversion needs to be done?

Thanks for all your help.
 

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Attached is a picture of my tiller PTO shaft. My tiller has a male fitting, and so does my 1026R. What type of conversion needs to be done?

Thanks for all your help.
What is on the other half of the pto shaft? I only see one out of two sections pictured. Dose that "male" end not pop out with a push of the bottom on the pto collar?
 

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What is on the other half of the pto shaft? I only see one out of two sections pictured. Dose that "male" end not pop out with a push of the bottom on the pto collar?
This a one piece unit connected to the U joint.
 

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PTO connection

I guess I at a loss on what you are talking about on the PTO. I have a 425 and a 1025R I have PTO attachments for the 425 that I now use on the 1025 The only issue if it's a 3 pt attachment , you need to change it from a category 03PT to a category 1 3 PT .Both tractor PTO's are the same
That is interesting. So that means your 425 has a male spline sticking out of the PTO. Correct?

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Take it to your John Deere dealer or some place that works on PTO shafts. The male end can be removed and a female end put on the PTO shaft.
 

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PTO shaft

Take it to your John Deere dealer or some place that works on PTO shafts. The male end can be removed and a female end put on the PTO shaft.
Thanks so much with all your help.

I'll get this changed next spring when tilling season begins.

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