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Power Take-Off Remover
You can waste hours taking off pto shafts, bearings, sprockets and other similar equipment if you don't have the right tools. And sometimes you have to resort to using a cutting torch, or you have to take the equipment to a machine shop in town to get the job done.
  That's what prompted Bruce Wilson to come up with his new "Pto Remover".
  It consists of two forks that slip around the pto shaft, or whatever else you're trying to remove. The fork "tines" are angled so they fit together and don't allow for any slippage. They tighten like a C-clamp so they come together from opposite sides and apply equal pressure to get the job done.
  "I've used this tool on pto's, sprockets, bearings even tie rods on cars and tractors. I had a machine shop make them in different sizes, from 1/4 in. to 8 in. so there are many possibilities for use, all over the farm," says Wilson.
  He's in the process of patenting the new tool and plans to bring them to market.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bruce Wilson, 1739 Back Grove Rd., Webster City, Ia. 50595 (ph 515 543-5211).

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #2