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    PTO Lever
    Post by rpgdeity on Nov 11, 2006, 12:39am

    I am installing the stock PTO gearbox in the '715. Been looking through the manuals regarding how the shift linkage works. It is pages 314/315 in the Parts Manual. I think I am going to try and fab my own shift linkage and lever, but kinda stick to the stock setup. I have a couple of questions:

    1.) Does anybody have a picture or measurements of approximately where the stock shift handle comes through the floor?

    2.) Anybody have pics, or can explain how the stock "clamp lock" (Item #13 on page 314) on the shift lever works?

    3.) Has anybody done something different than stock for a shift linkage? Any good ideas?

    Thank you.

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    Re: PTO Lever
    Post by barrman on Nov 12, 2006, 2:19pm

    If you look to the right of the drivers seat you will see a flat spot on the tunnel. That is the cut out blank for the pto shift lever. I have Pistolnut's 715 in my class on a lift right now. My students just the other day removed the PTO. The shifter is still attached though. I will try and get pictures sometime this week if nobody else offers some up sooner.

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    Re: PTO Lever
    Post by firefightinsam on Nov 17, 2006, 5:46pm

    What's your email I'll send pics of what I got if ya want.

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    Re: PTO Lever
    Post by teking on Nov 18, 2006, 7:27am

    This is all I have ready available. I can take some better pics today if you need.



    Under side ....


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    Re: PTO Lever
    Post by barrman on Nov 19, 2006, 10:13am

    Here is another bottom shot.

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    Re: PTO Lever
    Post by rpgdeity on Nov 19, 2006, 3:21pm

    Thank you for the pics. I now know that I can't make it like stock, as the area where the battery box and pto shifter is was cut and then flattened by a previous fire dept. I'll just have to come up with something creative and move the shifter somewhere else. Thank you though.

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