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1466 PTO Rebuild
Putting the pto back together
Date(s): February 13, 2008. Album by Dan  Allred. 1 - 45 of 45 Total. 5579 Visits.
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Even better than the manual THANKS !!!!!
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Lindsey Hill, Sat, 1 Sep 2018 1:46PM
Outstanding.  Thank you for taking the time to document the procedure and posting the pictures.
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Richard D Salyer, Thu, 29 Dec 2016 11:45AM
tHANKS YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO RECORD THIS
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kYLE WALTON, Sat, 2 Mar 2013 8:01PM
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Fully assembled PTO

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Make sure the brass washer is in place

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Install the 540 seal from the inside

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Install the 1000 seal from the outside

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Install the 540 shaft and snap ring

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Install the 540 gear

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Isntall the snap ring to hold the gear

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Install a new O-ring on 1000 shaft

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Install the 1000 shaft and snap ring

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Install the idler gear and pin

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Check the little pin in the spool and make sure its not loose or worn

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Spool and related parts

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Install new stem seal in stem gland

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Install new boot on assembled spool

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Install new gasket on hosuing. Make sure you get the right one

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Install new brake pistons after the new O-rings are installed

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Install brake springs on pistons

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Install thrust washer and make sure tab is in slot. I put a little grease on the back of it to hold it.

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Set housing on lower half and make sure everything stays in place

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Install bolts and draw halves together evenly

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Make sure machined flat on idler pin is lined up with pump groove

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Check teflon rigns for wear and damage. If they are good they are reusuable

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Install clutch basket and compress with tool to get snap ring groove to line up

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Install snap ring

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Install new O-ring in center of clutch piston

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Install new lip seal on outside of piston. Make sure lip points toward the oil side

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Install piston using a downward twisting motion to avoid cutting the lip seal. Some units will have another snap ring to install on the shaft after the piston

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I always like to braze the clamp to the tube before I take it off to install a new seal. This prevents knocking it loose during installation

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Measure the distance of the seal before removing. The book also has a spec on this

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Check suction tube screen and clean as needed

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Install clutch disks starting with 2 metal ones first

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Then install a fiber disk

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Alternate fiber, metal, fiber and so on untill all 7 fibers and 9 metals are installed and ending with a metal disk

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Install large spacer

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Install snap ring

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Check for side movement of clutches

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Install spring and spring tool and compress spring to get snap ring on

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Make sure snap ring is seated in groove and inside the rabbited area of spring retainer

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Install a new pump base gasket and make sure oil hole is lined up

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Be sure idler flat is lined up again

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Check needle bearing inside pump hub

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Install pump and using a twisting downward force intill all disks are splined up and pump is setting on gasket. You can look inside the clutch stack to make sure the lowest disk turns when pump shaft is rotated

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Again, make sure idler flat is properly aligned

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Apply some grease to transmission and stick the mounting gasket in place

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After the PTO is in place tighten all the bolts

 
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