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Mike

04-13-2000 07:40:26




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Was the 190XT manufactured with a "live" PTO? I looked at one the other day and I don't think it had one. Any input would be appreciated. I'm also looking for a previously owned 190XT owners/operators manual




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Jody Nusbaumer

04-13-2001 08:57:42




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 Re: 190XT in reply to Mike, 04-13-2000 07:40:26  
We used to farm with a 190 and the rearends are very touchy. We went throught two rearends in just a few years apart. We have a 185 now basicaly the same tractor wihtout a turbo.



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fixer

04-28-2000 05:03:40




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 Re: 190XT in reply to Mike, 04-13-2000 07:40:26  
do we still call it live pto when going from forward to reverse,definately not



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Karl in MD

04-15-2000 18:51:37




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 Re: 190XT in reply to Mike, 04-13-2000 07:40:26  
Not getting into semantics but all 190/190XTs had "live" pto. The standard setup was a continuous PTO where the foot clutch stopped everything and the hand clutch stopped travel but not the PTO, a la D series tractors. Optional was a hydraulically actuated independent PTO which did not depend on the hand clutch. The indie PTO is easy to spot. The three holes facing forward under the center housing are plugged and have oil lines running into them. On the cont. PTO tractors the holes are open.

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dselves

04-15-2000 04:51:07




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 Re: 190XT in reply to Mike, 04-13-2000 07:40:26  
the early 190 XT are not live pto,if any are
single clutch only



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Bill in Mich

04-13-2000 22:17:09




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 Re: 190XT in reply to Mike, 04-13-2000 07:40:26  
The 190 has live PTO. Instead of using the foot clutch you put the power director clutch in the center position. This stops the tractor from moving but the PTO still runs. On the manual, check ebay under allis chalmers. Sometimes they show up there. If you like I can check with a friend of mine to see if he has one. If you have any questions about the drive train on this model, let me know as I am just finishing up a complete rebuild of the trans, diff and axels. If you are looking to buy, make sure the rear axels are 3.25 dia and not 2.75. AC had a recall because they were breaking the small axels. They didnt change the axels, they changed the entire rear end assy with a much stronger one. Hope this helps, Bill in Mich

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