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Posted May 07, 2010 - 08:53 PM

I seen you gotta buy the whole thing but I also don't see where there is a separate bushing, just the bearing.

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Posted May 07, 2010 - 09:44 PM

I seen you gotta buy the whole thing but I also don't see where there is a separate bushing, just the bearing.


That part sticking out of part #4...that's the bushing. It press fits into the plate...easy press, not that tight. I'll get a pic of it tomorrow.

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Posted May 07, 2010 - 09:56 PM

I think the parts you need are the same as what can be taken off this one, but can't say for sure.
Massey Ferguson 1650 MF1650 Tractor Electric PTO Clutch - eBay (item 370374345546 end time May-10-10 18:37:10 PDT)

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Posted May 07, 2010 - 09:59 PM

I think the parts you need are the same as what can be taken off this one, but can't say for sure.
Massey Ferguson 1650 MF1650 Tractor Electric PTO Clutch - eBay (item 370374345546 end time May-10-10 18:37:10 PDT)


George, just looked it up at Agco, the clutch above is the same part # for the entire armature assembly!!!!!!!!!

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Posted May 07, 2010 - 10:16 PM

I had that one on my watch list but I wasn't sure whether or not it would work. I will keep an eye on it :D

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 09:36 AM

George,
I would say you did really well on that deal.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 09:49 AM

George,
I would say you did really well on that deal.


Yep, very well. Forgot to mention...an Onan like that 20hp would fetch $600 or more on ebay easily!

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 12:37 PM

I think I did alright, just wasn't looking forward to doing a bunch of work on it right off the bat. I got the piece ground off of the 3pt and ready for me to weld the new strap on. I was checking to see why there was no parking brake and that was about half a mess under there. I think it is worn out pads is the reason there are no brakes, I pulled the whole brake caliper off and cleaned everything and there is a lot of clearance of the pads to the rotor. I guess I could make some shims or something but I think I will just see about getting new pads.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 02:56 PM

George, If the brakes are the same as on my 1650 each brake pad sits in the recess and the recess isn't very deep. I would look for new pads as there isn't much to be gained by shimming before the pads will not stay in the recesses. All in all you have a nice project tractor to work with, congrats!

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 05:29 PM

I got a good bit done with it today. I got the strap welded for the 3pt, I also got the rear fender and sides taken off so I could power wash it and work on the little odds and ends like the brake. I am going to order new pads for the brake. I am also going to order the bearing for my current pto as well as watch the one on ebay. I will post pics then of the strap I welded for the 3pt. It should hold for good now unlike that thin piece someone put on there.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 05:37 PM

Sounds like your coming right along on it.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 06:46 PM

I got a good bit done with it today. I got the strap welded for the 3pt, I also got the rear fender and sides taken off so I could power wash it and work on the little odds and ends like the brake. I am going to order new pads for the brake. I am also going to order the bearing for my current pto as well as watch the one on ebay. I will post pics then of the strap I welded for the 3pt. It should hold for good now unlike that thin piece someone put on there.


I didn't get the pics taken of the pto clutch, as I've been busy as heck on my garden fence. I knew you understood the 3pt lift repair, so knew you didn't need that pic. I may go out & take that clutch pic in a few minutes.
I'd sure try to win that clutch, or find another. That finger is spring steel & may not last long when welded.
Also, I want to add...you'll not regret buying this tractor. When finished, you'll fully understand exactly why too!

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 08:11 PM

Whoops, I must have used that bushing out of the clutch. But it is very thin where it slides into the bearing, say like .010 or .015", then in the back it is about 2/10" thick about 3/8" or so out.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 08:30 PM

I can't even tell how the armature would come off the crank unless it will just pull off. I thought there would be set screws somewhere. The way that bushing is worn on this one it is almost impossible to tell what is part of the bushing and what isn't.

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Posted May 08, 2010 - 08:36 PM

Here are a couple pics of the fix I did on the 3pt.

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