RaymondDurban wrote:I believe if the lip that the bearing seats up against is still in place, you can measure the width of the bearing to determine where the retainer groove should be to hold the bearing in place. Does this make sense?
(photo courtesy of Ole Corky)
Thank you Raymond, i disassemble the pto and found that the lip where the bearing seats is actually the original place i guess, i just will have to make a new groove against the bearing so it won't move again.
Do you know if i can install the pto with the shifter clutch installed on the pto? because is not easy to do it to engage the shifter lever on the groove of the clutch.