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HOW TO ATTACH SPLINES TO PTO SHAFT TO FINISH MOWER

WOODS FINISH MOWER 1980'S TRACTOR

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You should be able to pull back the coupling while attaching.

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Put on your work gloves. Check the frame size for your mower. It will either be a 56-inch frame mower or a 76-inch frame mower. When you have determined the frame size, adjust the tractor's rear wheels to the mower's frame size. For 56-inch frames, adjust the rear tractor wheels to 56-inch centers or less. The same rule applies for 76-inch frames.

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Depending on the tractor type, install the clamp plate or push rod anchor assembly onto the left lower link. Install the push rod on either the clamp plate or anchor assembly.

Shift the mower assembly to the right to attach the right stabilizer. Place the stabilizer guide under the tractor's right lift link. Position the clamp over the link and tighten the nut firmly.

Raise the mower using the hydraulic control, then attach the mower lift spring to the spring links with the pins that have been provided. Lower the mower assembly and turn off the engine.

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http://www.youtube.cohttp://www.everythingattachments.com/Tractor

http://www.everythingattachments.com/Tractor-3-Point-Hitch-Tillers-Rotary-Tillers-s/76.htm

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