Assessing A Used Tractor - Power Take-Off Guards
(30 March 2015)
PTO stubs are the sites of many fatal or crippling injuries. The tractor master shield shown on the far left protects a person from the PTO stub, the first U-joint of attached equipment, and the coupling pin. Though not recommended, the master shield is often used as a step; therefore,
it should be substantial enough to withstand the weight of a 265-pound person. The old type of PTO guard on the near left should be removed and the tractor fitted with a newer, more enclosing shield.
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