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LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED TRA...

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ZANE

11-05-2011 11:41:05
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Next week I am going to start fabricating my idea for live PTO for the four speed and the 9n/2N tractors.

I have the idea to use the same principle as the tractor jack for the three point hitch. This will be especially good when pulling a PTO hay bailer etc.

I plan on fabricating a heavy axle with two wheels. One on each end and have it so the wheels are up when the lift is down and when the lift is raised the wheels will make contact with the ground and lift the tractor drive wheels off the ground allowing the PTO to continue to turn the baler etc. When the baler cathces up the lift can be lowered to allow the tractor wheels to come back in contact with the ground and away you'll go again.

May have to put springs to raise the two small wheels back up????

I'll post pictures if and when I get it done.

Zane

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4xfergie

11-07-2011 18:15:41
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Yeah I have a chuckle every time I think of tractor jacked up with wheels spinning to keep the pto running.

But reckon this could work as my experience with balers is you know well ahead of time when you are going to need to slow the tractor and allow baler to catch up.

Should charge for the video.



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esfoder

11-07-2011 15:33:29
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Sounds like a wreck that hasn't crashed yet??



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4xfergie

11-07-2011 06:37:51
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Can see merit in Duner's idea of lifting one wheel only.

I would try lifting the right wheel, this way if you are using the right brake to creep forward or move of (as you simultaneously lower wheel back to deck, with a Zane Thang of course) , left foot is available for the clutch should you need to quickly to bring the whole show to a stop.
Also wonder if flat skid/s would suffice in lieu of wheel/s as you want to stop anyway and might stop Tractor speeding up if heading down hill etc.

Marks or damage to paddock should minimal.

Two skids might need keels to stop side ways slip.

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Duner Wi

11-06-2011 15:53:13
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
My plan for 30 years was to raise one drive wheel only.
When I want to go, apply the opposite brake to get going and eliminate divots.



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alg

11-06-2011 11:19:11
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
How about the hundred series.?



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R Aiken

11-06-2011 03:59:58
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Tractor Supply sold a live P T O setup like that fore Fords and Fergersons back in the mid 50's.



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old-9

11-05-2011 16:26:37
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Sounds like an idea to me. luck!!



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Soundguy

11-05-2011 13:41:48
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
What about a ind pto clutch in place of the pinion coupler kindA like the oem live pto idea for the naa



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Dean

11-05-2011 11:55:27
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 11:41:05  
Use only on flat ground.

Dean



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Den N Ms

11-05-2011 13:21:03
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to Dean, 11-05-2011 11:55:27  
Carry a shovel and a rake and seed with you to fill in the holes in the field.



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ZANE

11-05-2011 15:09:24
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to Den N Ms, 11-05-2011 13:21:03  
Men can't fly either!

Zane



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36 coupe

11-06-2011 04:30:10
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to ZANE, 11-05-2011 15:09:24  
I saw a man fly when he hit the front end of a DeSoto with a motor cycle.He went clear over the roof with his arms out like a bird.



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ZANE

11-06-2011 15:11:24
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 Re: LIVE POWER TAKE OFF FOR FORD TRACTORS WITH FOUR SPEED... in reply to 36 coupe, 11-06-2011 04:30:10  
I tried that once but I didn't like the landing!!!!!!

Zane



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