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Re: HF Duel PTO Conversion

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Tramway Guy

06-07-2014 05:14:20

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Interesting! The other dual shaft application that is very popular is the tiller engine of about 6HP and uses a Tecumseh engine. Without the dual shaft, there is no reverse. Have a Troy-bilt Econohorse with one. I have also seen them on others

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06-07-2014 06:02:53

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 Re: HF Duel PTO Conversion in reply to Tramway Guy, 06-07-2014 05:14:20  

Yes, the two main applications for the double PTO shaft engines, seem to be on many of the older snow blowers and tillers.

I built my original prototype for the HF 6.5 hp 212cc Predator engine, because it is a popular replacement for the old single shaft Tecumsehs.

I wanted to see if I could create a two shaft version to cover the ones that used the 2 shaft set-up. I had used a thinner side cover, due to the shorter output shaft, on the 212cc engine. It was an oil pan from a Wisconsin engine.

My prototype for the 212cc engine became obsolete, before I ever tried it out. I discovered a way to adapt the wider H-60 side cover to the Predator 212cc, while building the one for the longer shaft 346cc engine in the first post.

Here is the prototype, that I made for the 212cc engine.--- John

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