I am replacing my old Ford 9N that I use to pull a bush hog with a WD45. I have been using a over-running clutch on the PTO to keep me from being pushed into places I don't want to be (like a big tree or the lake.)After looking at how the PTO operates on the Allis Chalmers, I'm not sure if I need one or not. Anybody have suggestions? Thanks
Re: Over-running clutch on PTO in reply to Guy, 07-31-2002 12:09:04
I put one on my Ca, WD and D14. I feel it greatly increases the convenience. With an overrunning clutch, you can shift without grinding the gears. Without it, you can't. And whenever I've shredded, I've needed to stop and backup. Maybe it isn't necessary with a 20 foot bat wing cutting 200 acres, but otherwise . . .
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