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While running a brush cutter I hit a large ant mound and small tree. It appears the pro clutch on the brush cutter was to tight . The PTO output shaft on the tractor speed turning.It try’s to turn but will barely move.Did I take the clutch out or is there something else it could be??
 

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Looking in JD parts, there is a Shaft and coupler (looks like they drive the PTO clutch), so it could be the shaft or coupler. I am not sure which; shaft, coupler, or clutch is the weak link :unknown:
 

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This thread is a good reminder to check those slip clutches at least once or twice a year.

Keeping my fingers crossed your PTO is an easy fix. =(
 
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