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    Posted: 03 May 2021 at 7:54pm
Good evening folks! Haven’t visited in a while and I have a question about my 6080 pto. Yesterday I was spreading fertilizer and I pulled up on the shifter and disengaged the clutch handle and started it back up. I jumped out to trip the spreader and the pto started slowly turning and now will not shut off with the lever disengaged. It was working correctly in another field I just finished 5 minutes before this. I haven’t had time to check adjustments yet but I figured I’d ask here of others who know of any obvious tell tale signs.
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My guess is throw out bearing went through fingers, cable broke or throw out bearing went out.             MACK
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That is a start...thank you for your reply Mack! You’ve been very helpful to me in the past. When I get some time this week I’ll check the cable and adjustment.
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A little confused on how you operated the pto. If I am understanding you correctly you pulled up on the pto engagement lever on the left of your seat and then disengaged the pto disconnect lever (pulled it back)?
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Sorry I was kind of vague with my explanation. I finished the second field I was working on and I pushed the lever down on left side seat to disengage pto. I made my way over to the third field and shut tractor off. Pulled up on the lever left of seat and disengaged pto clutch lever (pulled it back) and restarted tractor. I got out to trip spreader and as I was doing that the pto started turning with the lever still in the disengaged position.

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Ok, thanks for the explanation. Normally, you did the steps backwards but you did say the tractor wasn’t running when you engaged the pto and disengaged the temporary disconnect. The proper procedure is to bring the tractor to idle, pull back on the disconnect lever, then pull up on the pto engagement lever on the left side of the seat. Then slowly release the temporary disconnect lever. I have turned our 6060 off to engage the pto just because I never like hearing it grind as it engages, then I start the tractor and then release the disconnect lever. Is the pto engagement easy to move up and down? If so the coupling may have came loose in the transmission.
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If AC would have used a hydraulic PTO clutch like on other models life would have been so much simpler than the GOOFY engineering of FIAT. 
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Allis didnt have the $$$$$$ for all that !!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Casey08 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2021 at 6:55pm
AC720Man I have always shut the engine off to engage it like that. I don’t like to grind gears either.

You’re on point with the hydraulic pto engagement. If the pto worked on the 6080 like it does on my 7020 that would be awesome!
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And the pto engagement isn’t any easier or difficult than normal.
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sounds like cable from lever needs adjusted if lever still feels the same. Could have a rivet from clutch hub behind clutch disc.           MACK
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I will let you know what I find when I do get to looking at it, thank you again!
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