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Lots of good posts on removing the PTO clutch, but did not see any mentioning the screws. The pointed set screws for the PTO manual clutch are getting out of site in price. I did find some on McMaster-Carr, but they are not completely pointed. Has anyone used them or made their own. I am not ready to pay over $45 for 3 1/4-20 set screws. Another option I saw was pointed stainless steel set screws. Thinking of buying the almost pointed ones from McMaster and machining them to a point. Thoughts?
 
Lots of good posts on removing the PTO clutch, but did not see any mentioning the screws. The pointed set screws for the PTO manual clutch are getting out of site in price. I did find some on McMaster-Carr, but they are not completely pointed. Has anyone used them or made their own. I am not ready to pay over $45 for 3 1/4-20 set screws. Another option I saw was pointed stainless steel set screws. Thinking of buying the almost pointed ones from McMaster and machining them to a point. Thoughts?
LOL,
I better go change my price!
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McMaster-Carr has the cone point ones, they are not expensive if you have multiple tractors, and CCSpecialties has them them for $4+ shipping as Charlie stated above. I don't know where you are coming up with $45 for 3 set screws. You must be looking in all the wrong places.
 
McMaster-Carr has the cone point ones, they are not expensive if you have multiple tractors, and CCSpecialties has them them for $4+ shipping as Charlie stated above. I don't know where you are coming up with $45 for 3 set screws. You must be looking in all the wrong places.
I kinda wondered that myself.
 
I kinda wondered that myself.
Maybe I am looking at the part number wrong. I was assuming quantity of 1 for $15.24 . Even that price for 3 is high to me.
 

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Agree. I think they are trying to price our tractors to the junk yard.
 
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