Horse Power Rating
- Maximum tractor HP rating: 100 HP (up to 90 HP at the PTO)
- Maximum implement HP rating: 90 HP
- AISI 4140 alloy steel—heat treated and hardened
- CNC machine cut to engineered precision
- QPQSM coating
- Hardens surface up to 3X carbon steel
- Superior wear resistance
- Long term protection against rust and corrosion.
Stud Shear Strength
- (4) 1/2″ Studs
- 60 KSI min.Yield
- Shear Strength 3,682 ft-lb Torque
Plate Stud Hole Bearing Strength
- 3/8″ Plate: 36 KSI min.Yield
- (4) 1/2″ Stud Holes: 60 KSI min.Yield
- Bearing Strength: 3,446 ft-lb Torque
Spline Bearing Strength
- 6 Spline -ASABE A500 type 1
- 75 KSI min.Yield
- Bearing Strength: 4,187 ft-lb Torque
Spline Shear Strength (TYP greater than bearing)
- 6 Spline -ASABE A500 type 1
- Tensile Strength: 90 KSI
- Shear Strength: 5232 ft-lb Torque
About 80% of PTO Link™ customers do NOT need to shorten their driveline to accommodate the 5 inches added by PTO Link™. However, everyone should verify whether this is necessary by first evaluating and comparing the following measurements (a) and (b):
See Link Below – for Video of these Instructions
(a) Before installing PTO Link™ and when the implement is fully connected to your tractor AND is sitting on level ground, measure the maximum distance the implement driveline slides in during a hydraulic lift, then ADD 1 inch to that measurement;
(b) Install each PTO Link™ plate to the tractor and implement, but do NOT connect the plates. Then measure the distance between the two installed PTO Link™ plates (make sure they are facing square to each other) when the driveline is fully collapsed (bottomed out).
Take the above measurements and compare the following:
1. If (a) is less than or equal to (b), then no adjustment is necessary.
2. If (a) is greater than (b), then the difference [(a) minus (b)] is the recommended amount to shorten the driveline.
Options: Of course, an alternative to shorten the driveline is to install a quick-hitch system to your 3 point hitch (e.g., Pat’s Easy Change, iMatch, etc.) which lengthens the distance between your tractor and implement and tends to offset most of the PTO driveline length added by PTO Link™.
If you have any questions, or need additional guidance, please call our Customer Care Hotline at: 833-444-5465, ext 3.
For Video Demonstration for the above Instructions:
For other PTO Link™ Installation Videos, please click the “Installation” tab.
Currently the PTO Link™ system works with most 6 spline PTO (540 RPM) tractors under *100 HP. Must have 3 inches of vertical clearance from the center of the PTO spline on the back of the tractor.
*Excludes certain subcompact tractors with 6 spline PTOs under 3 inches in length (Kubota BX, B or LX series, John Deere 2520, or Kioti CS2510 tractors)
*Coming SOON! The NEW Compact is designed to work for Tractor PTO splines less than 3 inches (e.g. Kubota BX, B & LX Series) or John Deere 2520 and the Kioti CS2510, which are not compatible with our current model.
If you need further assistance in evaluating your tractor for compatibility, please Call before purchasing. 833.444.5465 ext 3Buy Now
We believe in “America First” and the exceptional nature of our country’s constitution and its founding. We therefore strive to make our products the highest quality and at the most affordable cost to our customers. PTO Link™ is made in the USA of domestic and imported parts. The manufactured components of PTO Link™ are supplied by various vendors all located in the USA. Our domestic vendors, in turn, source their component materials and parts from various places in the US and around the world. To insure product safety and consistency, all manufactured parts (regardless of their origin) are routinely tested and inspected for material specifications, quality control and performance standards in keeping with our HP and torque ratings. All PTO Link™ products are compliant with ASABE standards and are assembled in our Texas headquarters prior to customer shipment.Buy Now