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Re: Live PTO Versus 2 Stage Clucth

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There was also the system A/C used with a foot clutch that stopped every thing and a hand clutch that only stopped forward movement of the tractor but the PTO kept running. Of all the live PTO set ups Oliver by far had the best set up with a PTO clutch so the engine/trans clutch had nothing to do with the PTO

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02-16-2014 14:30:26

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 Re: Live PTO Versus 2 Stage Clucth in reply to old, 02-16-2014 11:59:03  
This got me do wondering, old. I have three COOPs (Cockshutts before they became Olivers) and I recently got a 1550. Independent PTO on both are very similar. Who had it first? I always thought it was Cockshutt with the 1946 30s. I'm not familiar with the two digit Olivers.

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02-16-2014 14:35:48

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 Re: Live PTO Versus 2 Stage Clucth in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 02-16-2014 14:30:26  
The way I understand it was that at that point in time Cockshutt and Oliver had some sort of business dealings with each other and due to that they both came out with the independent live PTO at the same point in time

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02-16-2014 15:11:35

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 Re: Live PTO Versus 2 Stage Clucth in reply to old, 02-16-2014 14:35:48  
OK. I've seen Cockshutts at shows that were two digit Olivers dressed in red. But I never knew if they had independent PTO. Either way they were years ahead of IH and JD.

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02-16-2014 15:21:45

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 Re: Live PTO Versus 2 Stage Clucth in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 02-16-2014 15:11:35  
Oliver was years ahead of pretty much all the tractor companies in many many things. But behind as for a hyd lift system like Ford 3 point

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