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Old 05-17-2018, 12:11 PM
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The rear PTO plate is part of thr PTO kit didn't come on SGT unless it had pto on from factory.I have had a lot of supers and all have had non pto plates on them.
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Huh. I've got a 982 that has the plate. Never had a PTO that I can tell. Plate looks to have original paint on it, and no indication that anything has ever been on the splines, or the pillow block bearing was ever on it. I've seen other SGT's the same way. Maybe removed by the dealer before the sale to reduce the price?
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Huh. I've got a 982 that has the plate. Never had a PTO that I can tell. Plate looks to have original paint on it, and no indication that anything has ever been on the splines, or the pillow block bearing was ever on it. I've seen other SGT's the same way. Maybe removed by the dealer before the sale to reduce the price?
I’d like to know where that dealer was, and where the box of potentially removed rear pto parts got to
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You could get rear pto with a SGT but it had to have the cat 0 hitch.

You could just get the cat 0 hitch and not the pto.

Or you could get the bagger adapter kit as seen here and none of the above.
http://www.partstree.com/parts/cub-c...apter-package/

I'm thinking someone removed the rear pto from your machine by the looks of the rear cover plate.
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Thats what im thinking also oak. If you look close on the pic of the rear plate it has a circle mark from the pully i would assume that rubbed for some reason.
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With a pto 48" tiller on the back you will need more than 100 lbs of weight on the front. The John Deere model 48 tiller (48" 3 pt, 2000 rpm rear pto) weighs about 450 lbs and from the pictures I have seen the IH equivalent is as beefy. Just to move my 48 I have 4, 42 lb suitcase weights on the front of my 332. The manual states when tilling to have 8 weights on the front. The 332 with model 48 is easier to get in places than the 244 with it's 54" tiller. But, I prefer to use the 244 if possible. The long wheel base makes for a flatter planting surface, The 332 w/tiller can make a slightly undulating surface if there are any cross row imperfections.

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You could get rear pto with a SGT but it had to have the cat 0 hitch.

You could just get the cat 0 hitch and not the pto.

Or you could get the bagger adapter kit as seen here and none of the above.
http://www.partstree.com/parts/cub-c...apter-package/

I'm thinking someone removed the rear pto from your machine by the looks of the rear cover plate.
You mean one of these?
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What was the ih 48 tiller offered with, it looks like 982, 18 2072 and late 80 model supers? Were they good tillers, are parts hard to find, whats a fair price on one of these and a pto kit?
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There was more than one 48" tiller. Two at least that I recall. Maybe 3... The cool thing is, the John Deer, Snapper and I think Craftsman had one too, that were all cat 0 3pt, 2000rpm tillers. Any will work.

Tillers average $450-$600. Obviously, the John Deere guys think the yellow one is worth more. I've seen a few go for $150 because someone didn't know what they had, or it was an auction.

PTO'S average $600 and up. Rarely under $600. Sometimes you get lucky and find a tractor with one cheaper.

All in all get ready to spend a grand or more, and look for a year to find both.

Reproduction rear PTO..... That's on my list of parts to reproduce also. Too bad you couldn't get some city SGT owner with no use for a rear PTO (or SGT for that matter) to sell you one off theirs. Lots of SGT owners never use theirs.
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