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  • PTO Generator


    clarewheelhorseguy
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      Price: 425.00 OBO
      Location: Traverse City, Michigan
      Contact: benjamin_brege@hotmail.com

    Pincor Generator

    Model: GBRF-60H2

    Volts: 120/240

    Amps: 25

    Watts: 6000

     

    Comes with a bracket that mounted on the front of a D-200. 

    Bracket doubles as a roll around cart. Front PTO Driven - comes with a belt.    

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    clarewheelhorseguy

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    I believe it is, but I am not the original owner of the generator so I can't say for sure.

     

    It mounts to the front of the tractor with the rod that is on the generator.  The arms connect midway back on the frame.  You need to remove the lower cover from the tractor so the belt clears.  Belt goes over the PTO pulley and the weight of the generator provides the tension.  Works really well and it takes about 10 minutes to install.  

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    Have you tested it? And does it work—generates and you put an electrical load on it?

    How does it mount and which pulley does it work off of? The crankshaft pulley on the D series has two groves—the inner most is dedicated to the rear PTO, the outer pulley grove is for mower and other accessories. Which does the generator use?

    What mount does it use---the tach-o-matic or some other homemade mount?

    What direction is the outlet end of the generator—front of tractor? Or to the rear wheels of the tractor.

    Do you have a picture of it mounted on a D series?

    My D200 has the rear PTO how would that interfere with the generator pully?.

     

    Bryce Johnson

    7162 Sunset Dr

    Nineveh In 46164

    Cell 913-638-6788

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    clarewheelhorseguy

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    I had the generator hooked up 2 years ago, used it with no issues. Haven’t used it since and as you can see from the pictures, I don’t have a PTO to run it now. The lower bracket that covers the end of the PTO shaft needs to be removed. The holes for that cover are used to mount the arms on the generator carriage. The crossbar on the carriage mounts to the tach-o-matic. The weight of the generator puts tension on the belt. The belt goes on the outermost pulley groove. Hopefully that makes sense. 

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    cbj75

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    Thanks for the great explanation on how it fits on a Wheel Horse D. After doing some price comparisons on new packaged generator sets at Harbor Freight and online of similar wattage the price is not attractive for an older generator--sorry but my opinion.

    Are you still open to a best offer bid?

     

    Bryce Johnson

    7162 Sunset Dr

    Nineveh IN 46164

    Cell 913-638-6788 

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