HOW TO INSTALL THE PTO LINK™

1. PLEASE READ ALL OPERATIONAL SPECS ON OUR WARRANTY PAGE

2. Because the PTO Linksystem adds approximately 5 inches in length to the driveline, you must measure and possibly adjust (cut) the implement shaft, as necessary, to provide proper distance from the PTO.

3. Have you cleaned off the PTO shaft to insure proper installation?

4. Does the PTO housing area have a minimum of 3 inches of vertical rotational clearance from the center of the PTO shaft?

5. When installing the PTO Link female plate to the tractor’s PTO:

  • Has the female plate traveled the minimum 3 inches onto your tractor’s PTO shaft? Tractors with PTO shafts less than 3.25 inches in length are not likely to be compatible with the PTO Link system.

  • Did you hear the click of the ball bearings fastening into the notch on the PTO shaft?

  • Did you give the installed plate a firm tug to insure it is locked in place? Once properly installed, the top of the female plate collar (C-Clip area) should not rest against or make any contact with the PTO housing. Any such contact may damage your tractor’s PTO oil seal and damage the PTO Link system’s connectivity to your tractor’s PTO.

6. Did you install the enclosed plunger pin from the tractor side towards the implement side?

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Pre-Installation Measurement

Installation Instructions



What is the Plunger Pin?


How to shorten a PTO driveline

CORRECTION: To shorten the PTO driveline by 2 inches, once pulled apart, you need to cut off both ends of the driveline and covers the full 2 inches (4 cuts in total).