Front-mounted implements requiring a great deal of power are run off the front PTO shaft which takes its power directly from the engine's drive line. It is oil-cooled as a standard feature and, with a 1¾-inch splined shaft, it allows for a high torque transfer whilst also ensuring a very high degree of efficiency – especially in continuous operation.
Even during gear changes, the flow of power remains uninterrupted, plus, the clutch can even be actuated under load. The power take-off shaft's rotational speed (up to 1000 rpm) can be simply and precisely set. It is thus possible to work both comfortably and powerfully at the same time. The front power take-off shaft delivers 160 kW while at the mechanical rear power take-off shaft, as much as 220 kW is readily available.