Never offered in North America. They are rare overseas as well. The PTO mounts at the back of the main shaft - if you look a tthe t-case closely you can see where the ribbing is shaped to be milled, drilled, tapped for mounting the PTO.Jason M said:Did Sammy's ever come with a pto?
If so how hard is it to locate one?
Root Moose said:
Believe it or not it would be used as a aerator in a fish pond in Puerto Rico. What happens is that sometimes they have to kill all of the algae in their ponds. this severly reduces the amount of O2 that the water is able to contain. And it stresses the fish. So you put an axle on pontoons with big paddles and spin it off of a PTO.. I know, hard core to the extreme.. :flipoff2: But I figured that it will have some uses elsewheretipover said:But I guess the question is- what would we use it for? If I had a reason, I would try it. Any valid ideas?
Probably the easiest way to incorparate a clutch would be totipover said:the issue is how do you want to set it up. The shaft is no big deal, but that is all that you will have sticking out the back of the t/case. It always spins. If one was to make a small chutch assembly like in the tranny, it would be more usable. Thats the hard part. to answer the question the cast to modify the input gear/shaft and the bearing is about $200.00