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One Seventy; live p-t-o or not; how does it work ?

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Dick Calland

04-05-2004 13:21:08




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Does a One Seventy have live p-t-o and, if so, how does it work? Pushing in the clutch pedal stops both travel and the p-t-o. Thank you for explaining.




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Jim

04-05-2004 13:39:49




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 Re: One Seventy; live p-t-o or not; how does it wo in reply to Dick Calland, 04-05-2004 13:21:08  
To operate the PTO as live, PTO you have to use the high and low range lever. With the high and low lever in the nuetral postion use the foot clutch to place the PTO and tranmmisson in gear.Release the foot clutch then put you use the high and low lever to stat the tractor by pushing down the lever and putin the tractor in the range you wish to use.



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JMS/MN

04-05-2004 21:25:17




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 Re: Re: One Seventy; live p-t-o or not; how does i in reply to Jim , 04-05-2004 13:39:49  
You don't need to use the hand clutch to put the tranny or pto in gear. You use only the foot clutch. Then when you need to stop forward or reverse motion of the tractor, to get live power, you use the hand clutch. Why complicate the whole procedure?



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DanD.

04-05-2004 13:32:17




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 Re: One Seventy; live p-t-o or not; how does it wo in reply to Dick Calland, 04-05-2004 13:21:08  
You use the Power director clutch (the long lever you operate with your right hand)to stop forward motion of the tractor which allows the PTO to keep running.



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