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    Epic Contributor Soundguy's Avatar
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    Default Re: New Holland PTO systems

    Virtually all SCUT/CUT/UT tractors have a gear driven PTO. Offhand..I can only think of a couple tractor or tractor like machines that have a full hyd pto.. etc.

    Soundguy

    Quote Originally Posted by schmism
    i can tell you this, PTO is gear driven and requires use of the clutch to engage..

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    Default Re: New Holland PTO systems

    Quote Originally Posted by jinman
    All NH Boomers are assembled in Georgia, but the running gear is built by Shibaura in Japan. The FELs, BHs. and most implements are made right here in the USA until recently. Now the loaders are built by ALO, I think a european manufacturer.
    I think that you will find that the ALO Quicke loaders are for utility tractors and larger. I wish that ALO would make loaders for compact tractors.

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