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Old 10-14-2005, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Np205 PTO?

I am having a rough time finding pto specs for the np205. I.E. What does the output of the pto spin at relative to engine rpm?
If I have a chevy 205 pto, can I bolt this to any chevy 205 tcase? Or do only some cases have provisions for the pto? I am attempting to hookup a realpower ac generator to it. two 110v plugs and one 220v. Nice CLEAN ac power. ANYWHERE. ENough to power my house, enough juice to run my welder on the trail. ANYTHING
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Old 10-14-2005, 07:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What does the output of the pto spin at relative to engine rpm?
kinda depends on what gear the transmission is in.
after you figure that out count the teeth in the 205 that drive the PTO, and the number of teeth on the PTO driven gear.
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Old 10-17-2005, 07:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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kinda depends on what gear the transmission is in.
after you figure that out count the teeth in the 205 that drive the PTO, and the number of teeth on the PTO driven gear.
So when the np205 is shifted into the pto selection, can I take the front/rear output out of high/low/2wd ?
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Doesn't matter what the NP205 is shifted into... it runs off the input gear IIRC.

A PTO has its own knob or lever for engagement.
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If the t-case is engaged in any position other than neutral the PTO won't move until the axle/s are turning. PTO movement is dependent on transmission output. If the transmission is engaged in any forward gear the PTO will turn in one direction at speeds relative to the gear selected. If reverse is selected the PTO will turn in the opposite direction.

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Old 10-19-2005, 06:19 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Well I knew the tranny had to be in a forward gear to spin the tcase, just didnt know about when the pto will spin (pto lever engaged, what can the tcase shifter be in?).

Dont have the parts here, so I guess I cant figure it out now. I need the pto to spin at 1200rpm's.
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Old 10-19-2005, 08:11 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Well I knew the tranny had to be in a forward gear to spin the tcase, just didnt know about when the pto will spin (pto lever engaged, what can the tcase shifter be in?).
Re-read what is posted above.
You can engage the PTO in any gear of the t-case. Most people recommend neutral because then the truck won't move. However if you need the truck to move, you can still use the PTO when the t-case is in any gear that allows forward movement.
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