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Ferguson TO-20 PTO horsepower

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Larry Bates

10-09-2006 11:30:43

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How much is the rated PTO horsepower for a Ferguson TO-20 Tractor? Is it the same as the engine hp?

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10-09-2006 18:06:35

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 Re: Ferguson TO-20 PTO horsepower in reply to Larry Bates, 10-09-2006 11:30:43  
A TE/TO-20 has a Z120 engine(120 CID Continental engine): 25 PTO HP;
A TEA-20-80 (Standard 113 CID engine)has 24 PTO HP
A TEA-20-85 (Standard 127 CID engine) has 28 PTO HP

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10-09-2006 17:54:28

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 Re: Ferguson TO-20 PTO horsepower in reply to Larry Bates, 10-09-2006 11:30:43  
Larry; My book shows 16.3 dbhp and 22.5 pto or pully hp. Good luck with your Fergie. And if you havnt,subscribe to the Ferguson Furrows news letter.


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10-09-2006 14:32:37

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 Re: Ferguson TO-20 PTO horsepower in reply to Larry Bates, 10-09-2006 11:30:43  
No the PTO HP and the drawbar HP are diffidently not the same as the Engine HP.

The PTO HP is approx 18 HP on the TO-20. (From Memory)

The engine HP is greatly reduced by friction and gear losses through the transmission.

as a sanity test if they were the same then that 1 cylinder Briggs motor in the lawn tractor could pull and do as much work as the 4 cylinder Continental. -- nope that aint right.


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