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Re: Cub Cadet RZT50 - bad PTO clutch?

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08-07-2013 05:20:54

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Understood, thanks..I wonder if my NAPA will know the rating though..they had a hard enough time just finding the part!

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joe csuti

08-08-2013 03:35:27

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 Re: Cub Cadet RZT50 - bad PTO clutch? in reply to Dukester, 08-07-2013 05:20:54  
Normally the max voltage/current rateing is marked on the sw mounting bushing plate/sw body,however many times especially with xyz brand/imported sw's its not marked & you take your chances with after market or oem sw's.

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08-08-2013 07:36:26

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 Re: Cub Cadet RZT50 - bad PTO clutch? in reply to joe csuti, 08-08-2013 03:35:27  
This is a Delta series 6201 switch, says assembled in USA on plastic package. No ratings on switch itself just the Delta name and patent number.

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08-09-2013 03:46:24

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 Re: Cub Cadet RZT50 - bad PTO clutch? in reply to Dukester, 08-08-2013 07:36:26  
Stay with the oem/aftermarket replacement sw.

After doing a goggle search for for delta 6201 switch the 6201 is a series sw used by many mower mfg,the same has several mod# within the 6201 class designated by a three digit number after 6201,which determines the number of terminals on sw,internal switching action of sw & style of knob,in addition the sw is a snap-in design,I assumed sw had a threaded bushing for mounting sw,also looking at several listings in search with the exception of going to delta website none list the voltage/amp rateing of sw.

Unless you have the electrical knowledge/skill to locate a similar style sw & rewire to operate as orig sw,go with the oem/aftermarket sw & replace when/if needed.

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