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PTO overrun clutch needed on a dual clutch Unimog

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Thanks for the advice, I will put one in, as you say not that expensive so why not. Having researched it and seen your pictures I hadn't realised they were that small. Also I had not really considered the crawl and move option. I only have working group but thats pretty slow. I will give it a go ! 

That Is a nice conversion you did on the 222 !




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We run it on a valtra that has a utch on the pto yes when I used 1 on a mog it too had a air clutch which ment the shafts could turn freely when disengaged, the overrun just gives the transmission some protection from the flywheel mass should you drop the rpm quickly, I got 1 not too expensive from local tractor dealers when I built the quick chip which isn't too big and just slipped onto the input splines on the gearbox. 4c272b6dbeb43adfdeb20b6bbf5a41fd.jpg

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Is that a Pto reverse gearbox mounted on the frame? If so, where did you get it?

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Yes. It is, it's a unimog one that came from Atkinson vos as they are about the most compact ones I could find that could still handle a decent hp.

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