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Never defeat a safety device like a safety cover on a pto , and allways connect small chains on cover to solid non moving parts to keep cover from rotating with shaft , so many folks i know have been really hurt even killed doing just that, removing the covers or leaving them unhooked , pto's are nothing to not be serious about

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