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a pto pump is an after market unit and is designed to fit any gear box
the problem s you will be experiencing is the adapter plate used to get the correct gear mesh for the pto gear and the counter shaft gear and if the pitch of the pump is the same as the counter shaft gear( may have to change the pto gear )
before you do the conversion , talk with a shop that fits pto units to discuss any likely problems and they will have access to anything needed to be successful in the fittment
Remove the PTO shaft extension from the shaft put a drain pan under to catch the oil Tap a chisel or other tapered tool in behind the seal flange and work the seal out install a new seal an re-install oil up to full level
You likely need the speed sensor replaced in the rear of the tractor,either above or below the pto shaft.There is also a pto relay module beside the fuse panel that may need to be replace(only on the early 6000 series tractors,later it was replaced by the bcu).If you can get the codes from the bcu and relay the info to me i can likely tell you for sure what you need to do if none of the above works.