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60 International tractor
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Clod    Posted 07-15-2004 at 10:40:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Another friend has a 1960 International tractor.I forgot the numbers but it is not a Farmall Cub nor a big tractor.He did dammage to the PTO because he had no factory shear pin when he had brush hog mowing. Anyone know about this? If it happened to you.How much was dammaged? I have not looked at it yet.


New-Gen    Posted 07-15-2004 at 10:59:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
Try to get the model# and maybe we can help. I've messed with acouple of bindere, not claiming to be an expert on them but maybe I can help.


Clod    Posted 07-15-2004 at 11:04:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
Vic in Kenefick owns it,Maybe he will come by with the model and stuff. I hope someone has ran into this problem recently.


New-Gen    Posted 07-15-2004 at 11:07:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
What does it seem to be doing/not doing?


Clod    Posted 07-15-2004 at 11:25:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
He says the PTO wont turn..My guess is that aa gear busted because of the use of a bolt for a shear pin.. I wonder how much work is involved if the gear is busted?


JDK    Posted 07-15-2004 at 14:09:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Generally,and roughly speaking,PTO units just kinda "plug in" to the heinie of the transmission/rear axle housing,not a lot of technology,but dirty job.Depends whats broken,could be shaft itself or pinion/key on end or driving gears in transmission(worser)


Clod    Posted 07-15-2004 at 16:58:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
I liked it when you said plug in..I hope the dammage is there.Oh I like to get dirty and greasy..Money is the holdup..Expensive parts. But the transmission could not be very complex..I wondered about if the tractor has to split.Like a clutch job.


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