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#1 Jeffroz1 OFFLINE  

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Posted July 05, 2017 - 07:36 PM

Does anyone have a working PTO clutch for sale or know where I can get one. I found a new one online for $500. Is there a direct replacement for the clutch (Part Number is 03-0914)? I'd rather not pay that kind of money if there might be another option.
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Posted July 09, 2017 - 10:32 AM

Hi jeff, did you have any luck finding a PTO clutch? I was just searching and found this:

http://www.servicepr...n-us/d4507.html

not cheap but is new have you tried Mission Mfg they would have a new one I'm sure.

The B&S uses a clutch with a 1' ID and the Kohler's use a 1 1/8th" ID \, don't know but maybe the only difference between the 2 is the bearing.

What is the problem with the clutch you have?


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Posted July 09, 2017 - 06:50 PM

I found a guy that is going to re-wind it for me. He has done several of the power king PTO clutches. The windings are aluminum and tend to fail more often then the copper windings. $100 versus $500. Thought it would be worth a shot to try it.
Mission had a new one a little under $500.
I ohmed my PTO clutch out and found a dead short in it.
Jeff
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Posted July 09, 2017 - 07:10 PM

Ok hope it works out for you it should as he's done it before, yes I thought the price of a new one was high, the thing is not that many PK's were built using the 16 HP B&S so used clutches are far & few. I wonder why they are wound with alum wire?



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Posted July 10, 2017 - 04:21 AM

Just a thought here .... but ...... I seem to remember making a new stub shaft for the front of a PK .... to fit a clutch I had.

Remember .... we use just a little bolt-on stub to mount the clutch.    Much simpler than dealing with the crankshaft end.

 

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Posted July 27, 2017 - 06:56 PM

I got the PTO back from him and it works like a charm! The mower does a fantastic job on my little 1 acre of ground! Next i.e. I'm looking for is a snowplow for my 1980 1616.
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Posted July 27, 2017 - 07:03 PM

Hi Jeff good to hear its working as it should, finding a plow shouldn't to hard I see them for sale all the time, I think all of the plows built after 1975 will fit.


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