Superdog1,thanx for the come back. I going tom have then spray weld the shaft and be done with it. Wish I had a machine shop that I could use I could mke these shaft about 2 a day. If i knew thier was a real mark mfor them I could do the turning and job the splines. O well go enough prodjects as it is. Once again Thanx:trink39:
Quick question? Is the spline and the collar both supposed to be the same height at the top? My spline is like an inch lower than the top of the collar and this doesn't seem right?I've seen many of them fixed just buy drilling holes on top between the splined collar and splined shaft and then driving pins into the holes. Many around working fine after that was done.
Nope, it's not right. The top of the splined shaft should be flush with the splined collar.Quick question? Is the spline and the collar both supposed to be the same height at the top? My spline is like an inch lower than the top of the collar and this doesn't seem right?
I posted photos at your other post on the same tractor, showing the collar. Here are a few diagrams for a 3414 gear-drive (not torque converter drive) with a hoe-loader.Thank you sir for that answer!! I didn't think it was right!:fing32:
Thanks for the advice, as I need it! I thought I would put a picture of my wonderful project. I plan on posting a lot of them as I go through the repair process. I hope it helps others at some point?Oh yeah make sure you loosen that setscrew.Its in the yoke area where the two hoses come thru.