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Allis C swinging Drawbar

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08-26-2007 18:10:59

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the book says that for PTO driven machines you need an extra drawbar extention for the PTO shaft to work properly. my question is, does the swinging drawbar extend far enough to work, or do i need waht the book calls the ASAE drawbar? i already have the swinging drawbar. thanks.


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08-27-2007 18:53:26

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 Re: Allis C swinging Drawbar in reply to jk, 08-26-2007 18:10:59  
not to sound learning impaired, but i can used the swinging draw bar if it measures i4 inches from the end of the PTO shaft? will it affect anything if i put an overrun clutch on the PTO? will i need to extend the drawbar out more? thanks jk

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08-27-2007 07:49:12

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 Re: Allis C swinging Drawbar in reply to jk, 08-26-2007 18:10:59  
ASAE pto specs say that the distance from the end of the pto shaft, to the drawbar hole, is 14 inches for proper operation. Whether it's a swinger (locked in place) or an extension, it should meet that measurement.

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eldon (WA)

08-26-2007 19:39:56

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 Re: Allis C swinging Drawbar in reply to jk, 08-26-2007 18:10:59  
I believe it is the same...it doesn't matter except when turning short on a trailing type implement like a baler.....and will just rattle a little bit more if the length isn't quite right.

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