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post #16 of 21 Old 10-05-2011, 09:45 AM
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

well, looks like my issue is a bad spindle or spindle bearing - luckily i've got a couple that i rebuilt awhile back

But your post has me thinking, at 22 yrs old and a lot of hours under it, i'd be smart to pull the PTO off mine and replace the bearings at least,
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post #17 of 21 Old 04-13-2019, 01:40 PM
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

Sorry to resurrect this thread, but photos are now missing. I have the shop manual but this question is not addressed and I did not pay attention to it when I disassembled.
I managed to drill out the buck rivets holding the drive pulley together so I could replace the bearing. (check out attached photos). Everything went together perfectly with hardened aircraft clock nuts and machine screws plus a little Loctite Blue.
Reversing order of disassembly and noticing that when I try to tighten the hub holding the fan the "engagement plate" not sure what it's called (pointed out by arrow) begins to move in the direction also pointed out by arrow. For whatever reason the fan hub does not fit flush to the end of the crankshaft. Is this normal? I am enclosing all photos from disassembly.
Wondering if the original photos of this thread could be resurrected also?
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

Sorry to resurrect this thread, but photos are now missing. I have the shop manual but this question is not addressed and I did not pay attention to it when I disassembled.
I managed to drill out the buck rivets holding the drive pulley together so I could replace the bearing. (check out attached photos). Everything went together perfectly with hardened aircraft lock nuts and machine screws plus a little Loctite Blue.
Reversing order of disassembly and noticing that when I try to tighten the hub holding the fan the "engagement plate" not sure what it's called (pointed out by arrow) begins to move in the direction also pointed out by arrow. For whatever reason the fan hub does not fit flush to the end of the crankshaft. Is this normal? I am enclosing all photos from disassembly.
Wondering if the original photos of this thread could be resurrected also?
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

Adding one more photo. This is a shot of how far the fan hub extends beyond the crank shaft. Would REALLY appreciate some help on this. It's driving me nuts
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

Got it figured out. I guess it acts as a pre load of the clutch spring. Put it together and fired it up for a couple minutes (no radiator ) and quiet as can be. What a difference a new bearing and a touch of grease on the ball plate makes. Gonna try and get the radiator, mower deck and hood on tomorrow. Back is killing me today.
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Re: Have you ever wondered how to rebuild the PTO in a 4514? (Picture intensive)

Hi Dave,

I too need to explore replacing my 4514's PTO clutch. The pics in your posts are no longer visible. Can you please send me the complete article?

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