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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 12-03-2011
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Default PTO failure

Does anyone have the brand, model number, and where available for the engine cooling fan PTO and pump? Also would appreciate any info on price for each.
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I have 2 pumps brand new pumps will send you the particulars monday afternoon
they will be priced right now to see if they fit in your coach
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Thanks Stephen.
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Old 12-03-2011
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Chelsea PTO: (I bought mine from Holland Motors)
Part Number: 267XDFJPM5GK (w/grease fitting), superseded: 266XDFJPM5GK

Configured Product Summary:
Basic Model 267 Series
Mounting Options X = Standard Mounting
Gear Ratio D
Input Gear Designator FJ = Allison
Lubrication P = Pressure Lube
Shift Option M = Constant Engagement No Shifter
Assembly Arrangement 5
Output Options GK = Grease Fitting SAE "B" 2 or 4 Bolt 7/8" 13T

Pump:
Sauer Danfoss, CPC1040
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Thanks David. That helps a lot.
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Royal, I imagine your splines failed?

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Right. We were on our way out of town when I noticed it was beginning to overheat. I stopped the coach and checked the engine fan to see if it was turning but it wasn't moving. I called George Morris to get his input and he said the problem was almost certain to be the spline had failed on both the PTO and the pump. I was able to limp into the G&W Diesel repair shop here in Conway. They removed both the PTO and pump and found the splines were badly worn and basically gone. Not surprising since I didn't know until a few months ago that the coach had a PTO and that it needed to be greased regularly. I've had 4 earlier model Birds with 6V and 8V92s and never had a problem like this. I recently got back home from attending the RATS rally in Georgia and then the Bird Reunion rally in Chattanooga, TN. Apparently, it was very close to failing as I was pulling in the driveway here at home. So lucky.
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Hi Royal,

Thankfully you were close to home.

For those who don't know, Wanderlodge went to a separate PTO/Hydraulic Pump circuit dedicated to the hydraulic fan when they introduced the Series 60 and Allison 4060HD transmission in 1995.

In post #15 of this thread: http://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.co...ad.php?p=61424 you'll find info on the proper maintenance of the PTO to Pump shaft splines.
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Two years ago Coachcraft by MacDonald replaced both of mine, so they know the source and part numbers if you still need them. The PTO pump was listed as a p/n 1743947 @ $897.55 and the PTO as p/n 0029540 @ $1,852.57. Probably their part numbers. Labor 4.22 hours.

Not cheap. I grease mine every 3,000 miles and don't rely on a shop to do it.
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Two years ago Coachcraft by MacDonald replaced both of mine, so they know the source and part numbers if you still need them. The PTO pump was listed as a p/n 1743947 @ $897.55 and the PTO as p/n 0029540 @ $1,852.57. Probably their part numbers. Labor 4.22 hours.

Not cheap. I grease mine every 3,000 miles and don't rely on a shop to do it.
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