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Old 06-03-2018, 09:34 PM   #1
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Pto shaft movement?

Finally put an over running clutch on my M today, and with it lengthening the tractor side, the pto shaft only has 3" of movement before fully compressed? Is that enough, or do I need to lengthen the hitch of the tractor a little? It's a bush hog 306 pull type if that matters.Click the image to open in full size.

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That should be fine for a pull type...Turn it as sharp as possible and make sure if it gets longer or shorter, but as long is it clears you should be good.

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Ok, thanks. Plan on dragging it around the yard and watching it, just didn't know if there was a standard rule of thumb or not.

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Far enough to not hit ...close enough to not come apart.

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