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180 vs D17, etc live pto?

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12-19-2009 17:16:34

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Hoping someone can clarify something for me:
We have a wd45 and I know that with the hand clutch u can mow or bale hay.
I have been told that the 160 thru 200 do not have live pto? (and no hand clutch?) Can someone please clarify this...I have thought about getting something a little newer that the wd45, but I know I don't really want something I can't run a hay mower or baler with.
Thanks Reaver

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12-20-2009 09:03:10

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 Re: 180 vs D17, etc live pto? in reply to Reaver, 12-19-2009 17:16:34  
Thanks for the clarification, sounds like I should be ok whatever route I go on an upgrade : )

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Bob Bancroft

12-19-2009 17:48:01

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 Re: 180 vs D17, etc live pto? in reply to Reaver, 12-19-2009 17:16:34  
D14-D15-D17-D19-170-175 all have "hand clutch" much like you are used to except it has a high and low side, doubling your speeds. 160 was made by Renault. It has a two stage foot clutch. 180-185-190 series-200 have the same basic clutch as the D series ,BUT it is controlled hydraulically, not manually. Does the same thing, but not as handy.

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cole in mo.

12-19-2009 17:34:10

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 Re: 180 vs D17, etc live pto? in reply to Reaver, 12-19-2009 17:16:34  
those models still have the over and under, and it will give you live power, only they don't have the big stick like your 45, its a short lever mounted on right side of the dash. is hyd opperated instead of manual, works good, just don't forget and push the foot clutch down.

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12-19-2009 17:33:13

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 Re: 180 vs D17, etc live pto? in reply to Reaver, 12-19-2009 17:16:34  
Can't say what they all have but I know the 190XT had a power director which gave it a live PTO sort of like the WD45 has but it also gave you a high and low range with a neutral which is where the live PTO came in

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