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Poulan Pro 700EX riding mower PTO Clutch

I have a Poulan Pro 700EX riding mower Model PB22H54BF; Serial number 120707B001331. I had the bearings burn up on the PTO clutch where it would smoke without even engaging the PTO. After removing the clutch, you can clearly see it is used up. Where I'm at, support for these units isn't great.

I'm wanting to know the part number of the clutch assembly & the bolt.

I'm HOPING that the treads on the crank are not ruined as the tip of this bolt looks bad.



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Re: Poulan Pro 700EX riding mower PTO Clutch

I'm no mechanic, but I can say this much...the bolt is made of a softer material than that hardened crankshaft. If you can get a tap that fits the crank threads and clean them up and use an air hose to blow the crud out and get another bolt you will be good on that end. You may be able to clean up the end of that bolt and reuse it. As for the clutch, I'm not sure who would have one for your machine. Those that know more will chime in I'm sure.

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Re: Poulan Pro 700EX riding mower PTO Clutch

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If you can get a tap that fits the crank threads and clean them up and use an air hose to blow the crud out and get another bolt you will be good on that end. You may be able to clean up the end of that bolt and reuse it.
Good idea, I'll give it a shot.

I was able to find the mower by searching Parts Tree by the model number on the SN tag.

https://www.partstree.com/parts/sear...Term=PB22H54BF

I THINK I have found the part number for the clutch. "Electrolux 532179335(replaces 179335)"

Based on that, I should be able to find the clutch.
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