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urbo83 243188 206 My Pasquali either
My Pasquali
This is my pasquali 15hp.
Re: My Pasquali
This is an other configuration of my pasquali.
Re: My Pasquali
That´s a very nice Pasquali.
What model is that Pasquali?
Was that a Pasquali transporter, or was a tractor 4x4?
Did you install the hidraulic pump on it?
Best regards
Carlos Oliveira
Re: My Pasquali
That was a dumper pasquali. It was used by bricklayer in
building site. I don't remember its original name.

Me and my father modified it.
First of all we have reversed its steering system and its
Secondly we have add a new lifting system (in italian is

Now it's the jolly tractor of my farm :-D .
We use it for transporting vegetables like the second
Moreover we used it like a sprayer with treatment tank and a
pump for treatment.
It has a tool (italian name is "fresa"). You can see it into
the third picture.

Sorry for my bad english :-P

Best regards
Re: My Pasquali
In Portuguese the name for "fresa" it´s the some one.
The hidraulic you call it "solevatore" and in portuguese
it´s "elevador", we can´t run way from it we are Latins
that´s it :-)
I think your Pasquali was built arround of the year 1979.
It´s a one cilinder with the Lombardini engine? The engine
model is an LDA 100, with 707cc? Ít´s very similar with the
Pasquali 946 model.
I have a Pasquali 946, for a few years and some times i
don´t belive in what that tractor can do.
Why do you need that metal tower for? It´s to put
Sory for my english.:-[
Best regards from this side of europe.
Carlos Oliveira
Re: My Pasquali
It has a Lombardini LDA97. I think it is about 15hp.

It his good tractor but I think its gearbox is fragile. I
have broken it two times :-\
Gearbox was broken because that "fresa" is too big for my
Now, we use a old Valpadana (with Lombardini LDA673 motor)
with that fresa and it work so good. (You can see some
pictures of my valpadana in the Valpadana's section of

The metal tower is used to carry arcs of strawberry's

My Pasquali 986- PTO selector problem
The PTO speed selector is jammed and will not rotate(fwd or back) or move L to R(in or out of the front gear box).
It is jammed in the out position ( to the Left, facing forward), with 3/8”,9mm space between the shoulder on the selector axle and the left side of the gear box,
and in neutral ( PTO does not rotate with engine running ).
If the retaining bolt directly opposite, on R side of gearbox, is
loosened the selector axle can be mover out (left) an additional
¼”,6mm, revealing the seal on this axle, but it will still not rotate
fwd or back.
The jamm is very firm . Rocking it L to R and fwd and back has
work-hardened and broken the bolt which retains the outer, concentric shifter handle and its concentric sleeve on the selector axle. Repeatedly tapping it in and out with a rubber hammer after use of penetrating oil has not worked,
including with clutch in and out, and in all gears.
The PTO at rear of the tractor rotates freely in both directions.

Q1. (a) what causes this problem and
(b) what is the the solution ? Obviously I would prefer not to
disarticulate the tractor and remove rear cover of the front gear box, in which cover the PTO selector axle is located, if this can be avoided ?

Q2. Can anyone post an illustration/diagram of the arrangement of this axle inside the rear cover of the front gear box . My service manual does not show it, and my parts list seems to be for a different model.

Q4. If the retaining bolt on the R side is completely removed, and the PTO selector axle is drawn completely out ( to the left),
(a) will this help free it up, eg by gaining access to spray penetrating oil, and
(b) can the axle,( and internal spring ) both be easily aligned, and slid back into place ?
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