Take-Offs utilize vehicle power to drive accessory operations.
A Power Take-Off must be properly matched to the vehicle
transmission and to the auxiliary equipment being powered.
needed information is:
Transmission make and model.
Type of driven equipment.
Input horsepower required of the driven equipment.
Desired operating speed of the driven equipment.
Approximate engine speed desired during operation.
Direction of the driven equipment shaft rotation in
direction of engine rotation.
Type of connection between PTO and driven equipment
(Driveshaft or Direct mount)
Mounting location (Bottom, Top, Countershaft, Left or
Other PTO speeds or reverse gear requirements.
PTO department stocks quality Chelsea parts and assemblies.
Chelsea utilizes a cast iron case for long life.
This is the brand that OEMs prefer for quality and
Shift options include cable, wire, electric and air.
Give us an opportunity to quote on your next application.