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#1 Overnite OFFLINE  

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Posted September 17, 2017 - 10:52 AM

Hello everyone, I need help finding parts for a Massey Ferguson garden tractor model 1655, part# 537-115-M91 and the coupler for it and the pulley assembly part# 3 021 333 M91 see picture. I don't have an AGCO nearby and I guess you need a pass word or something to look parts up on their web page. If anyone has good used parts or knows where I can look for some please let me know. Thank You!

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Posted September 17, 2017 - 11:06 AM

That looks like rear pto parts. I've heard they are NLA and can be tough to find. You might consider checking out Mc master Carr and see if there is something you might be able to fab up from readily available parts. Sorry I couldn't help more.

You shouldn't need a password for agcoparts.com. I use it a lot for diagrams and such. Good luck

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Posted September 17, 2017 - 11:38 AM

There is a "guest user" login below registered login on the Agco page.


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Posted September 17, 2017 - 12:18 PM

Thank you for your help. I forgot to say that this is the shaft that bolts to the back of the engine and the drive shaft couples to it.



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Posted September 17, 2017 - 01:14 PM

Try our Sponsor: Joes Outdoor, on the Forums page. He has helped me with good used parts for my GTs. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted September 17, 2017 - 07:42 PM

I understand your pain with this set up

I just got a 1450 and have the same issue with bad splines

I understand this is a common issue with this style of Massey

My plan to fix this is to use a 3/4" 11 spline Love-Joy coupling

This will give a flexible joint in the drive shaft as well 

Most bearing and power motion stores should be able to get the Love-Joy coupling 

With the Love-Joy coupling you will not be able to use your mid P.T.O

I believe that's what those pulleys are for and what has caused the damaged to those splines

Do you use those pulleys at all?

Rear P.T.O takes out the back coupling and the spline on the hydro like my 1450 has 

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Posted September 17, 2017 - 07:54 PM

I understand your pain with this set up
I just got a 1450 and have the same issue with bad splines
I understand this is a common issue with this style of Massey
My plan to fix this is to use a 3/4" 11 spline Love-Joy coupling
This will give a flexible joint in the drive shaft as well
Most bearing and power motion stores should be able to get the Love-Joy coupling
With the Love-Joy coupling you will not be able to use your mid P.T.O
I believe that's what those pulleys are for and what has caused the damaged to those splines
Do you use those pulleys at all?
Rear P.T.O takes out the back coupling and the spline on the hydro like my 1450 has

On the 55 series, the driveshaft is run off the double pulleys and the rear pto is direct driven off the crankshaft via the splines you see. The mid and front pto are run off a double pulley to jackshaft on the front engine pto. These use all shaft driven attachments front, mid and rear. There is no way to really eliminate the pulleys unless you run a driveshaft with U joints at an good angle to the rear end.

If you can't find used parts, I'd try to make the engine adapter a keyed setup and convert to whatever some common parts are. I haven't ventured down this road yet but others have and hopefully will chime in. What the shaft look like? You'll have to try and retain the double pulley setup somehow unless you find a good replacement. Or go without your rear pto.

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Posted September 18, 2017 - 02:23 AM

I'm thinking that I can buy a splined  shaft and have someone cut the old one off and weld the new one on. It's a 7/8in. shaft with 13 splines which seems to be a common size. Since I'm going to the trouble to fix it up I would like everything to work if possible. I guess I have Massey fever  :D  


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