1965-02-01

What is Expected of Today’s Power Take-Offs 650624

In view of the increasing varieties of equipment operated by engine power take-offs, it is desirable to have some method of estimating power requirements before purchasing a truck. This paper offers a yardstick by which owners will be able to approximate transmission capability of driving auxiliary equipment. The method is based on the pitch line velocity of the driving gear in the transmission, and each step is fully explained and illustrated.

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