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03-09-2015 12:53:00

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How many horse power, will the PTO clutch's take on a super MTA,before they slip, and self destruct?

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03-10-2015 07:35:16

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 Re: How much H P in reply to fastfarmall, 03-09-2015 12:53:00  
My experience is in the 125-135 horsepower range it will slip.

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The tractor vet

03-09-2015 14:13:59

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 Re: How much H P in reply to fastfarmall, 03-09-2015 12:53:00  
Been running my one buddy's S/MTA with the built engine that we did back in 98 and putting over 90 Hp. thru it . He use to chop corn with it and a one row I H chopper till he tried to run second gear in heavy corn and split the main gear box in half . Uses it to run a New Holland 355 grinder mixer and grinds feed once a week and he feeds the corn in just as fast as i do with my 806 and it will run the grinder almost as well and we have had no PTO slippage what so ever with it .

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03-09-2015 15:42:36

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 Re: How much H P in reply to The tractor vet, 03-09-2015 14:13:59  
OK, Doc, thanks, that's what i was wanting to know, they must be the same clutch's as a 806 !!!

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D Slater

03-09-2015 15:57:08

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 Re: How much H P in reply to fastfarmall, 03-09-2015 15:42:36  
Should have a planetary PTO that uses a band to obtain power to the PTO outlet shaft. Uses another band to keep from rotating when disengaged.

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