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The way the shafts are put on the floor is where they will be clipped on to both ends, part of the problem is big ends from clicker on 1 and shear bolt on other.

Think I'm going to end up extending the bottom links on chipper out a bit to push it out more and give more room.

 

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You can get a combination overload and overload clutch, would that make enough difference ?

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The way the shafts are put on the floor is where they will be clipped on to both ends, part of the problem is big ends from clicker on 1 and shear bolt on other.

Think I'm going to end up extending the bottom links on chipper out a bit to push it out more and give more room.

 

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You say the PTO stubs are 24" apart.

 

The 6 spline yoke slides on to each stub by about 3 "

 

Therefore the total length of your PTO shaft is about 30"

 

Your picture of the 2 halves on the floor doesn't look right.

 

The best way is to measure the stubs from groove to groove and the shaft from locking pin to locking pin.

 

Anyway I wouldn't extend the arms,I would put a quick release A frame on the chipper to get clearance and ease of attachment.:001_cool:

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Well made a bit of effort and got on with the project again made some extensions which fit and work well and give the pto shaft a comfortable overlap and even gave it a blast over with some paint to hide the years of being stood outside, with valtra on running about 750 chips like wild and fair pulls timber in with hardly any rpm drop on tractor. 15614df03367e30f73766f49a1d197b5.jpg

 

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You are one smart cookie Mr Git.🖒🖒 i've always thought of you as the inspector gadget of the Arbworld .

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You are one smart cookie Mr Git.🖒🖒 i've always thought of you as the inspector gadget of the Arbworld .

Cheers bud, I'll take that compliment.

Geordie born, Yorkshire bred, strong in the arm, make do and mend as my old man says.

I'll let you know if it all falls apart on 1st job out next week

 

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