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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyborne98
    The wet clutch models are available in the US and Canada for 2012.

    The new models are the 740 (similar to the 853 and a 750, which is more in line with a 948

    Have fun, oh and BCS know has new Literature showing the new units!
    New Models this year??? Any dealers know when the updated website is coming out?

  2. #12

    Default Re: "Powersafe" clutch on BCS

    I know BCS America is working on it, but a "new" website will be several months out. I have been told the 740 and 750 will be added to the existing website in the next few weeks.

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    What will be the updates to the 740 and 750?

    Maybe a lower price???? Lol

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    Default Re: "Powersafe" clutch on BCS

    Hi! I make some search. I find New 740 powersafe (Look as 853) have 3 speeds front and 3 speeds rear instant reverse but NO MORE road high speed. as 852-853 . The new powersafe clutch is 5 years warranty. A new Yanmar diesel engine LN100 (LN for low noise) is available. Good Luck ! Oldmech

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    How low noise is the new yanmar

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    Default Re: "Powersafe" clutch on BCS

    You guys that have a diesel... how long do they run on after you release the dead man lever?

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    I would like to know if the 740 would have a high mowing speed like the 750.

    I cant find anything online.

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    Default Re: "Powersafe" clutch on BCS

    Hi! If you ask for new range BCS Powersafe. I am going from bcsagri.it .
    The new 750 have reduction gear as 948. Speed 3+3 Front .98-2.27-3.34 Reverse 1.03-2.39-3.51 Look as No More road speed
    740 Speed range 3+3 front 1.26-2.92-4.30 reverse 1.33-3.08-4.53 Look as no more road speed. I think these speeds are in Kilometer. The 740 as 853 have in reverse more suitable speed for mowing. Good luck ! Oldmech

  9. #19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bentleg View Post
    You guys that have a diesel... how long do they run on after you release the dead man lever?
    The "dead-man switch" on the Power Safe models (740/750) no longer kills the engine, just disengages the clutch.

    This is great, due to both transport gears and the PTO is stopped quickly, with no need to restart the engine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberXX
    I would like to know if the 740 would have a high mowing speed like the 750.

    I cant find anything online.
    Actually i meant if the 732 would have a mowing speed, sorry

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