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PTO Lever

Postby Blaserman » Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:24 pm

I notice my PTO Lever come up a long way befre it enguages. Alway goes in ,but the lever seems sloppy & rests on the mower when not in use. also it rubs the fender when enguaged, The PTO handle I mean. spring missing???? :lost:

Any thoughts??

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Re: PTO Lever

Postby welderskelter » Sat Jun 01, 2013 3:58 pm

They are kinda sloppy. Mine is anyway. You should be able to get to it from the back end to see why it is sloppy.
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Re: PTO Lever

Postby Slickwilly1976 » Sat Jun 01, 2013 9:27 pm

My 185 is the same way
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Re: PTO Lever

Postby Eugene » Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:51 pm

Blaserman wrote:PTO Lever come up a long way before it engages. All way goes in ,but the lever seems sloppy & rests on the mower when not in use. also it rubs the fender when engaged.
Confused. The pto lever passes through a hole in the sheet metal to the left of and slightly to the rear of the operator's seat. There is supposed to be gourmet in the hole to keep the lever from rattling - frequently missing.

If the pto lever is in the correct location, it will not be laying on the mower deck or rubbing on the fender.

As previously stated, they are sloppy, just the nature of the beast.
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