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post #1 of 8 Old 10-05-2019, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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What does this PTO shaft fit?

Apparently, this will not fit my 425 for the 47 SB. It's 59 1/2" long. The coupler does attach to the shaft off the case. Any ideas?
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

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Apparently, this will not fit my 425 for the 47 SB. It's 59 1/2" long. The coupler does attach to the shaft off the case. Any ideas?
Did you get it with a snowblower? If so did buyer say what tractor it was on? No other parts with it?

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post #3 of 8 Old 10-05-2019, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

The seller isn't sure. He got some in from a distributor and it was listed for a 425. It looks like I will get a full refund so that's cool. Think it could be for a X7 for the AWD?
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post #4 of 8 Old 10-05-2019, 11:11 PM
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

the 425 shaft looks similar, but has a hex section just before the splines - rather than the round section the shaft you show has....

it is possible that it's some sort of old version, but I just bought this shaft for my 455 & snow blower, so I know it's hex. But if the bearing in the front bracket was round instead of hex - which would be perfectly normal, albeit it could allow for the shaft to spin inside the bearing race - then you could make it work.
Otherwise, it could be for another similar K91 / K92 transmission model tractor.
Go to JD parts and look up BM17330. That's what I got for the 455 - just 3 days ago.... for the 47" quick-connect snow blower (not the 47SB)

googling it, i think it may be for the X700 series machines.... BM20991... but support bracket and bearing is missing...
https://partscatalog.deere.com/jdrc/...pgId/183910857
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

Yep, you found it wally2q. Thank you for taking time to do that. That's the one I have. Now the question is will it fit a 425. You're URL shows it is a new style and that it does fit mine but all other searches I do for it says X7 series. The shopgreendealer site has this info for a BM24361 lookup:

BM25304 (2000-rpm mid-to-front PTO for two-wheel drive [2WD] X700 Tractors) was lengthened to accommodate the sensor that enables the front implement detection feature on model year 2016 X700 Series Tractors. As a result, BM25304 must be used with BM25772 snow blower implement drive shaft and upstop or BM25775 rotary broom implement drive shaft. New BM25772 and BM25775 implement drive shafts are shorter to accommodate the longer BM25304 2000-rpm mid-to-front PTO, but are long enough to be backward compatible.

Replaces BM25773
Replaces BM24361
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

i'll measure my shaft today and get back to you.....

if it's the right length, it should work - you would just have to make a slightly different arrangement for the front support bracket and bearing.
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

The PTO shaft for my 455 (same as 425) is the BM17330 kit that I just picked up from the dealer 3 days ago.
The shaft is 55.5" end to end. The hex-section + splined end is 9" long... the rest is the round tube-shaft, u-joint, and the quick coupling that goes on the transmission.

Looking on JDPARTS, at the 47" Quick Tatch, and the 47"SBX, they both use the BM17330 shaft kit.
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Re: What does this PTO shaft fit?

Thanks. I ordered a BM17330 and I made sure it has the hex shaft to it. I'm not even going to try and make the one I have work since I have the JD9313 bearing, flanges and bracket for the hex shaft type already. Interesting how there is 4" of length difference. I am so glad I tried out the fit in all the parts in October and didn't wait until December! I appreciate your help everyone!
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