W 2400 Series PTO Shaft Replacement - Photo ID 84245 

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Product Category: Driveline and Axles ::: Drive Shaft
Product Type: W 2400 Series PTO Shaft Replacement of Walterscheid
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W 2400 Series PTO Shaft Replacement of Walterscheid

A PTO shaft is a device that transfers power of your tractor into attachments powered by a PTO driven attachment. This allows the tractor to provide power to a variety of tractor-powered equipment, including flail mowers and wood chippers excavators, rotary tillers and much more.

Length 1010mm from Cross Joint to Cross Joint
End 1 1 3/4" 6-Spline Yoke
End 2 1 3/4" 6. Spline F5 Freewheel
Tubing: 1b / 2a
Guard: SD25
Specifications of the W 2400 Series PTO Shaft
150-250cm Cross to the Cross Length
The length range is 165 to 260cm overall.
W2400 Series.
32mm x 76mm x 86mm (approx.) Triangle Profile Triangular Profile Drive Tube.
Standard Shaft Includes:
1 3/8" 6 Splines release Yokes on One End.
NO End Yoke at the Other Side.
Security Guard.
I'll take an un-standard yoke.

Weight W kg 15.1
Inner diameter, d mm 32
Outside diameter D mm 170
The number of splines, F 21
Length L mm 610
Inner diameter, d1 mm 35
Slots, number of slots Quantity of slots, F 21
Length 2 Length 2 mm 860
W 2400 Series PTO Shaft Applications
Parts for spares to support the combined drives comprising Massey Ferguson, Claas, and Gleaner.

The W2400 series PTO shafts are designed to work with these machines used in agriculture:
Combine harvester Challenger: 660 670
Combine harvester Claas: LEXION
Combine harvester Gleaner: C62 R40-R75
Combine harvester Massey Ferguson: 8780 9690 9790
Tractor Massey Ferguson: 8680

Make sure that the torque of the drive is transferred to the elements that drive the machine for replacement of damaged or worn out components during restoration and repair work.
A product that consists from a beam central to the beam as well as two forks that pivotally connect to each end of the beam. This connects the shafts to allow the transmission of torque between shafts having significant shaft rotational shifts (up up to 40-40 deg) which change with their rotation.

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PTO Drive Shaft Types
There are two kinds of PTO shafts. Anyone who owns a tractor has to be aware of the PTO shaft model on their tractor. It is difficult to see the necessity of identifying the PTO shaft until they requires replacement of the worn-out PTO shaft. Let's talk about both PTO shaft types, and then show how easy it is to identify the different types of shafts. One PTO shaft is referred to as the domestic type, while the second one is commonly referred to as the standard.

You can distinguish the different types by their shapes. The common PTO shaft has four forms: square, round, rectangle and splined. Metric PTO shafts are made up of three forms, including bell, star and football.

Domestic PTO shafts are widespread throughout North America, so the shaft design is generally associated with North America. It is believed that the Metric PTO shafts that have balls and stars are thought to originate from Germany. A Metric PTO shaft that has an oblong shape is thought to be attributed to Italy. Each PTO shaft design (shape) is made up of several models, which differ in PTO length and length. After identifying the type of shaft it is possible to measure the End of the cap from another at the U-joint as well as the diameter of the cap's exterior. cap bearing to determine the series of the shaft.

How to Attach the PTO shaft onto Tractor?
PTO shaft injuries are one of the most frequently occurring and devastating cause of injuries resulting from tractor accidents. Before operating the tractor or installing PTO shaft parts, be sure to read and adhere to every safety rule and best practice from the operator's manuals for the tractor and implement. Make sure that all shielding and other components of the tractor and PTO shaft parts are safe and in working state. Don't work on the tractor or implement PTO shaft components when the tractor engine is in operation or while any component that is part of the PTO shaft-powered equipment is in motion.

When connecting the PTO drive shaft of an implement to the rear PTO shaft on the tractor in order to do this, you must simultaneously lift an tool's massive PTO shaft. In addition, you need to place the PTO driveline splines as you pull back the implement's PTO neck release or pressing the pin lock release while slidgin' the shaft of the implement into the tractor's PTO shaft. It may not seem easy.

To make this difficult job easier, follow the tips and tricks of skilled tractor operators. (Wearing gloves when performing PTO shaft connection is a clever tip to prevent scrapes and cuts.)

Make sure everything is in order to allow the PTO shaft to occur (reading the tractor's and operations manuals is essential to knowing the correct settings for the two machines). Many tractors let you set your PTO shaft of the tractor in the neutral position. This will ensure that the tractor's PTO output shaft can spin freely, which makes aligning the shafts' splines simpler.

If you're attaching a 3-point mounted implement be sure you have the 3 point hitch set in the fully down position so that it is not being crushed accidentally if someone were to move the lever of the position in error. The hitch and the implement could reduce even when the engine is off. If you're unable to achieve your PTO shafts aligned with your 3-point tool when in the fully-down position, you may have to take the drawbar off. In most cases, removing the drawbar is an ideal option for PTO shaft-powered 3-point tools. This will prevent damage to the PTO shaft by the shaft hitting the drawbar once the implement is dropped to the limit of lower travel for the 3-point hook. Verify the distance between your PTO shaft as well as the drawbar prior to when you begin to use the PTO shaft-powered 3-point tool.

In the event that your tractor's PTO shaft doesn't have a neutral setting , and the shaft is locked even when the engine is shut off. In that situation you may need to connect the equipment to 3 points, lift it and secure it to the extended position prior to shutting down the tractor this wayyou'll be able to turn the shaft of your implement to make sure the splines are properly aligned. Be extra careful to keep fingers from the PTO universal shaft since there might be some energy behind the shaft's movement.

Then to both PTO shaft ends must be in good condition. Splined shafts that are dry and dirty are nearly impossible to join. Splined PTO shafts are made to ensure a tight fitting. A tiny bit of soil grit or even some plant debris can hinder them from sliding.

Then, lightly coat them with grease, allowing the two pieces of metal slide in. Clean oil that comes from a clean source is preferable, however the tractor operators who are experienced can come up with improvised solutions on the spot. After lubrication both shafts will slide faster.

It is important to note that the PTO shaft connect is too far from the ground when using compact tractors and their equipment. It is possible to kneel in order to manage this PTO shaft's connections. While kneeling, carrying the load of an PTO shaft will be faster when you're sitting on a surface that is suitable. A floor mat for your car or carpet or cardboard can ease the strain on your knees when you are connecting to the PTO shaft.

When the splines have been aligned when they are aligned, push the locking pin button or pull the collar of the ball lock and then slide the shaft into the PTO shaft. If it's not able to slide, occasionally you can jiggle the end of the PTO shaft upwards and downwards can help to get it moving.

After you have started, turn the shaft onto the collar - you might hear a click and the button will return to its original position, or the collar will move forward. To make sure that the lock on the shaft is properly settled, pull back the shaft using your hands off of the button or collar and it should be difficult to pull off.

By following these easy steps, you will be able to create PTO shaft hookups more efficient and speed up the process of getting the job done.

How do you cut the PTO shaft to its Correct Length?
Chipper bearings can be damaged as well as tractor PTO. When it is found that the PTO shaft's length is excessive, the PTO could block as the 3-point hitch gets raised. When you find that the PTO shaft's length is excessive, the PTO needs to be removed. Equally, it must be cut short to reduce the two parts of the PTO.

1. Install the chipper onto the three-point hitch of your tractor.
2. Remove the engine and take out the key. Put the chipper down on a level and firm surface.
3. Take the 3-point hitch up up so that the power intake shaft of the chipper is on the same height as the tractor's PTO. The power take-off and the air intake shafts should be the closest to this point.
4. Remove the PTO shaft off. Attach the shaft in half to the chipper, so that the locking pin stays into the correct position. The other end of the chipper with the end of the PTO on the tractor. The sides of the End with the other side, as shown in the picture on the right. Mark your shield the amount that needs to be removed. The tubes should be short enough that they are unable to be able to reach the bottom from every chippy position.

5. Cut the tube of plastic. How to cut a PTO shaft to the proper length6. Cut a section of the profile tube. It should be the same size as the piece that you cut from the shield. Reduce the other end of the PTO shaft to be the same length.

7. Cut sharp edges from those profile tubes. It is necessary to remove any burrs that are present from the edges of the PTO shaft in order to allow the PTO to slide smoothly. It is recommended to apply grease on every side of your PTO prior to rebuilding. Once you've put it back together, you can reassemble your PTO shaft is now ready to be connected to your tractor and installed.

PTO Shaft Accident Issues
Because of PTO shafts that are used to drive agricultural equipment , which are subject to significant stress and loads when operating, the possibility of failure is high. Be aware of the place where the problem is occurring can help identify the root of the issue.

Compression Problems
The constant pressure on the PTO shaft over an extended period of time may cause damaged connections to the PTO shaft as well as the connecting shafts, tractor, implement, or bearings. Each of these situations could be corrected by reducing the PTO shaft's length. Contact the skilled professionals at HZPT to complete the task correctly and quickly to get you back to finishing your work quickly.

Wear and tear
While operating agricultural machinery is inevitable to experience wear and wear and. Things to look out for the most are the yoke ear or sides that may be damaged by working at angles. If the angle is more than forty-five degrees then the PTO shaft must be disconnected.

Sections and tubing that are telescoping could also suffer excessive wear if lubrication insufficient where the tubes meet. Lack of lubrication may also result in excessive wear to shield bearings. If there is no proper lubrication, the friction between the bearings is excessive. They must be lubricated at least every 8 hours.

Broken or damaged Parts
It's the moment when things begin to go less smoothly, or when you pay attention to a specific part of machinery that normally is running smooth. Damage to parts can occur in any of the telescope tubes, joints, cross bearing arms or yokes. Be aware of the load on your equipment and make sure that you're making use of the right PTO shafts for the task you're trying to complete. Heavy-duty equipment will be subject to a lot of pressure and it's important to take a break if something doesn't seem correct before it gets to an easy repair.

Problems with Clutch
The majority of tractor PTO shaft problems and failures are caused by an insufficiently adjusted clutch or an inability to adjust it. If you are planning to rotate your farm or implement work that requires continuous contact, you should be certain to use the slip clutch to take the impact.

PTO Shaft Maintenance
Lubricate your bearings on a regular basis according to the recommendations of the manufacturer. However, do not grease the bearing too much because the grease that is left over will trap dust and dirt.
Clean the inner and the outer sliding surfaces of the telescopic portion of the guard regularly or more often if manufacturer recommends it . However, do not grease the sliding surface of the guard using grease , unless your manufacturer has recommended it.
Remove the guard regularly and scrub the shaft with penetrating oils.
Check that the U-guard of the tractor are in good shape. If it is bent, it may cause damage to or damage the End of the PTO shaft guard.
Make sure that the O-guard attached to the implement has the right size to fit PTO shaft guards. PTO shaft guard.
Be sure both the guards on your tractor as well as the one of the implement meet each other on the PTO shaft guards by at minimum 50 millimeters.
Check you have the PTO guard and shaft are at the right lengths to fit the machine. the PTO shaft guard telescopic portion is supposed to be a little shorter (not greater than 25mm) than the length of the telescopic telescopic half of the PTO drive shaft.
Lubricate the sliding steel PTO drive shafts according to what the manufacturer suggests (usually before you begin work, and every 8 hours of usage).
Be sure buttons on the PTO shaft is able to move freely because the guard and the shaft can become damaged in the event that the controller is damaged or the end of the shaft is hammered to position.
Maintain the tractor's lower arms of lift in favourable position to prevent them from striking or slamming into the PTO shaft, or the guard while the tractor is turning . when turning in tight turns, reduce the PTO shaft's speed or detach from the PTO drive to shield the shaft.
Make sure the chains are in place and fix them to the appropriate point in the tractor and the implement typically close to the O-guard on the machine, and near an U-guard for the tractor (this ensures that there are no restrictions in the movement of chains) Do not connect the chain's end to the lower lifting arms.
If you are using a bellows-type PTO shaft guard sure that the guard's ends are securely fixed between the tractor and the implements to ensure that your drive shaft remains completely covered by the guard. change it as needed.
If you're buying a new PTO shaft for heavy-duty drive equipment like tow mowers, forage harvesters feeder wagons or rotavators. Make sure the shaft is durable and appropriate for the task.
You might want to consider the possibility of installing an PTO shaft with an universal joint with a wide angle on balers, mowers, as well as slurry tankers.
Be sure that the draw-bar pins on machines that are trailed are not clogging and damaging either the shaft, or even the guard.
PTO Shaft for Agricultural Gearboxes
Agricultural gearboxes and PTO shaft comprise two tractor parts that are connected to transfer power. Yokes join to the agriculture gearbox and the PTO shaft at both ends. The PTO shaft rotates at speeds of 540 up to 1000 rpm. According to the use they could be more or less torque rating. We offer a variety of PTO shafts for professional agricultural machinery parts supplier. Contact us now for more information!

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