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Need help rebuilding Funk PTO on a Morbark 200

Skip2753

Skip2753

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I’m a newbie on this site. I just picked up an 84 Morbark Eeger Beever 200 chipper with a Ford 444 Diesel engine with a Funk F10B-1 PTO. The PTO was already out of the bell housing because it needs a complete overhaul or replacement.

Foley is able to rebuild the clutch and pressure plate and replace the throw out bearing for me but a bearing spun on the shaft at the flywheel so I to to either get a machine shop to fix the shaft or replace it. Here’s a picture of the problem:


The other challenge I facing is I can’t figure out how to remove the shiv from the PTO shaft. It has a key way but I’m not familiar with how it is attached and removed. I don’t want to break anything learning. Here’s a picture of that end of the shaft:

thanks in advance for any help and advice or maybe someone has parts.
 

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I’m a newbie on this site. I just picked up an 84 Morbark Eeger Beever 200 chipper with a Ford 444 Diesel engine with a Funk F10B-1 PTO. The PTO was already out of the bell housing because it needs a complete overhaul or replacement.

Foley is able to rebuild the clutch and pressure plate and replace the throw out bearing for me but a bearing spun on the shaft at the flywheel so I to to either get a machine shop to fix the shaft or replace it. Here’s a picture of the problem:


The other challenge I facing is I can’t figure out how to remove the shiv from the PTO shaft. It has a key way but I’m not familiar with how it is attached and removed. I don’t want to break anything learning. Here’s a picture of that end of the shaft:

thanks in advance for any help and advice or maybe someone has parts.


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Skip2753

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I’m a newbie on this site. I just picked up an 84 Morbark Eeger Beever 200 chipper with a Ford 444 Diesel engine with a Funk F10B-1 PTO. The PTO was already out of the bell housing because it needs a complete overhaul or replacement.

Foley is able to rebuild the clutch and pressure plate and replace the throw out bearing for me but a bearing spun on the shaft at the flywheel so I to to either get a machine shop to fix the shaft or replace it. Here’s a picture of the problem:


The other challenge I facing is I can’t figure out how to remove the shiv from the PTO shaft. It has a key way but I’m not familiar with how it is attached and removed. I don’t want to break anything learning. Here’s a picture of that end of the shaft:

thanks in advance for any help and advice or maybe someone has parts.
 
Skip2753

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Just wanted to update this thread to help others in a similar situation. I ended up junking the Funk PTO and replaced it with a drop in replacement from Stein Manufacturing. All in cost including new clutch package and linkage was about $900.

I had to destroy the shaft to remove the shiv but it didn’t matter since it was being replaced anyway.
 
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