Machine element or mechanism – Power take-off – From shaft extension
74665GL, 74606R, F16H 3700
A transmission is provided for use with an associated vehicle having an engine and a drive axle. The transmission has power input means for receiving power from the engine, a hydrostatic unit and first gearing means for communicating power from the power input means to the drive axle, a PTO shaft having first and second ends for use in selectively driving first and second associated implements, second gearing means for communicating power from the power input means to the PTO shaft and, a housing for holding the first and second gearing means as well as the PTO shaft. The transmission also has lubricating means for simultaneously lubricating the first and second gearing means, the PTO shaft and an intermediate shaft.
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Bennett Timothy D.
Emerson Roger D.
Graysay Tamara L.
MTD Products Inc
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