Thanks for the replys. I only have 5 hours on the machine and I did take it in on the first pin. They recommended engaging the blade at low throttle so I have but am still have the pin shear.
Collegepro, The pin is a small black pin that has a small clevis pin on the end. It runs completly through the shaft. The pin is located just in front of the "knucke" with all the grease zerks on it. I believe it's the only pin that There is before it enter the line that runs between the blade gear boxes.