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 02-25-2008, 00:43 Post: 151641
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 what type pto?

What is the difference between a live-continuous Ptp and a Hydraulic live-independent pto






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 02-25-2008, 09:39 Post: 151644
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 what type pto?

one type stops when you engage the clutch.the other stops when you throw a lever.






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 02-25-2008, 09:59 Post: 151649
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Independent multi stage wet clutch is my favorite for long life and lack of aggrivation. This is a system taht can be engaged anytime without disengaging the main clutch. The live continous is old school and normally is run with the foot clutch execpt for a few of the larger old design farm tractors still being marketed today.






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