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Old 05-17-2010, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pic-will this pto fit a SM465?




Guy that has it doesnt know what it came off of, anyone know?

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Old 05-17-2010, 12:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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id geuss.. yes. match it up too the cover on ur tranny if possible.
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I don't know...that straight cut gear isn't going to mesh with any of the counter shaft gears in the trans. The only straight cut gears are for reverse, and if I remember correctly, they aren't accessible from the PTO port.

maybe someone else here is a PTO expert. Worst case, drain the trans, pull a cover and check the fit. It might work.
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Old 05-17-2010, 04:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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JUST BECAUSE IT HAS 6 BOLTS DOESNT MEAN IT WILL JUST MATCH UP TO YOUR APPLICATION
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Old 05-17-2010, 04:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Judging by the hydraulic pump on it, it's off a heavy truck, an eaton fuller trans. Find out what they fit on.
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Old 05-17-2010, 04:43 PM   #6 (permalink)
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id geuss.. yes. match it up too the cover on ur tranny if possible.

Here's a bit of advice.

If you don't know what the fuck you are talking about, don't offer advice.

I can virtually guarantee that it will "match up to the cover"
I'm also about 99 percent certain that it will not fit a 465.

The bolt pattern is standard, so quite obviously, it will match up, but the gears have to mesh as well, and every tranny is different.

Hopefully, you learned 2 things today. One about giving advice, and one about PTO's.
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So maybe to fit a sm465 it would need to just have one angle cut gear centered in the unit, and this double gear unit is probably for something else huh?
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its what I am thinking...and don't mind Dahoyle, he is actually a really friendly guy
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and don't mind Dahoyle, he is actually a really friendly guy

Damnit, don't blow my cover.
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maybe i worded it wrong... tryin too say drain, pull and see too confirm...have a nice day..you need it!
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Maybe I read your response wrong.

Nope, you said that it would probably work, if the bolt pattern was the same.

I'm pretty good at the whole reading and comprehension thing, and there is a world of difference between

"id geuss.. yes. match it up too the cover on ur tranny if possible"

and

"drain, pull and see too confirm"
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looks like its off an eaton fuller big rig trans..... i doubt the gears will meash with the sm465....
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It looks like it's an old parker or dana pto. Is ther a tag #?
If not there will be a number on the gear. You may be able to change just the gear to make it mesh and gear. Now if the pump will work that's another different story.
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Old 05-18-2010, 07:42 PM   #14 (permalink)
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cant tell you if it will work or not put I can tell you this if the gears mesh and you decide to run it make sure you set the back lash on the gears this is accomplished buy stacking the gaskets it you just jam it on there with some sealant bad things can and will happen
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Chelsea made the PTO for Dana/Spicer. they have a website that you can look up the numbers on. you can also find out what gear you need and if it will fit on your trans application.

thats your best bet. I did a bunch of research a few years ago on their site, and they had good info then.
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Just look up some numbers. like everyone else said, the ports are fairly standardized, but that doesnt mean it is all the same. IIRC the 465 or even alot of light tcase driven pto's arent a straight cut input, but I have done too many to remember.
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