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    Shaft removal Missing something????

    Hey guys i am removing the shaft on a 2013 gtx is to replace carbon seal. I got the clip out but i am not able to slide the shaft back it comes out of pto splines and then it get stuck. Am i missing something here? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Javy View Post
    Hey guys i am removing the shaft on a 2013 gtx is to replace carbon seal. I got the clip out but i am not able to slide the shaft back it comes out of pto splines and then it get stuck. Am i missing something here? Thanks
    WD40 is your friend!!!! Use a crescent wrench and hit it forward!!!

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    I always use a hard plastic or rubber mallet and just swing away....even then I've had one that I could get out so I ended up getting it out the opposite way lol.

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    Have you removed the Pump assembly?

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