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Old 07-11-2018, 06:32 PM
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All bolt in and you can still run a rear PTO. All it does is upgrade the drive shaft to the later CV style. You can still replace it with OEM style stuff if you want to.
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:13 PM
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So you cannot just replace the shaft?
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Old 07-11-2018, 08:13 PM
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Yep you can just replace the shaft on the pump, look up the price.

Oh and you need to replace the drive line also. I posted what I would do if it was my tractor.
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Yep you can just replace the shaft on the pump, look up the price.

Oh and you need to replace the drive line also. I posted what I would do if it was my tractor.
Thanks for the input, seriously! I've been looking around for hydro pumps and have not had any luck. But i have a few other options that may be cheaper and easier. 1st is my uncle "who got me into the cub clan" has another 1572 that he mentioned swapping rear ends so i can rebuild it and put it in mine, this was before the hydro pump went out. My other option would be seeing if a local machine shop will repair or make me a new input shaft. I was just told of some pretty reputable shops in the area that do driveline work for tractor pulls. First I'm going to talk to my uncle and see if he is willing to sell a hydro pump. I'll keep you all posted on the outcome, thanks for all the input you have been very helpful!
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Old 07-11-2018, 10:18 PM
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That shaft is case hardened, splined & ground it ain't gonna be cheap if you can find someone to make it.
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Old 07-11-2018, 10:21 PM
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Building a driveshaft is different than building a pump shaft. They can't machine you one. If they tell you they can, don't believe it. It won't work. The entire shaft is hardened, especially where the bearing rides. It's not just a piece of cold rolled steel. Besides that, you won't want to pay them to cut all the splines. Sorry bud. You can't make one.

20 years ago, had a John Deere grader that an input shaft went out of the trans on. Original shaft was NLA from Deere. Known problems with that trans, so they redesigned it and started over. Options were all new trans (machine not worth it), good used (if you could find one), or have one made. Went with the last option. Just like any input shaft, it was hardened. One machine shop laughed. We just thought they didn't want to do it. Found one willing to either try to make new splines on the old, or build new. I can't recall. Either way, had it made and put it in. Now, we are talking days of work here..... grader made it, oh.... 60 feet. Ate the splines right off the shaft. Turns out....they have to be pretty hard to last very long.
Before you go saying this is smaller.... it doesn't matter. Same laws apply.

Can't make them. Better find a hydro.
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Looks like George beat me....
I'm too long winded.
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Looks like George beat me....
I'm too long winded.
Ya but you type faster, I use one finger, & can't coordinate the other one.
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Ya but you type faster, I use one finger, & can't coordinate the other one.
Close one eye. I heard that helps.

I typed that long response on my phone with one finger, lol.
I'm on the computer now.... LOOK AT ME GO!
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Close one eye. I heard that helps.

I typed that long response on my phone with one finger, lol.
I'm on the computer now.... LOOK AT ME GO!
That only helps trying to piss through the eye of a needle while holding a beer in one hand and a blonde in the other.
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