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Offline Satamax

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Rockwell t266 pto?
« on: October 12, 2017, 04:59:50 am »
sorry people. I changed the title to reflect my recent discoveries. Hi everybody.

Seems that on my Latil, which is pure french normally, i have a thing which might be American. Or not far. The T case is seemingly a sort of evolution of the m35's 136-27.

Output shaft for the pto looks like this.



So i'm looking for a cheap p-136-c power take off.

If any of you have a lead.

I have found a complete one for 1200 dolls. And one incomplete, missing the actuating mechanism, for 575.

That's dear!

The other option is to use a modified jeep one, for the Dana 18. But i dont know the power rating of this jeep one

Thanks guys!
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Re: Rockwell m35 P-136-C pto?
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 11:02:43 pm »
Guys. A bit more info.

There's plenty of Rockwell t cases which are similar.

Daft question, does their numbers, t136, t182, t266 go by the reduction ratio?

I have seen on eBay, a t182 whih the same punched numbers. Looks rather close.

Numbers on it leads me to a t266. I know the reduction ratio is 1.72. Given by the description of the tractor, and also, it's stamped on the tcase.

Soo, not only the rear pto of the 136 can work. But from some other equipement as well.

Opens options. Now, if i find the right number, i might find a cheaper pto. Not paying "army" or ww2 premium!

Most certainly, it's been built by Soma in St Étienne.
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Re: Rockwell m35 P-136-C pto?
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2017, 06:59:40 am »
Ouch.  It's hard to find one cheap. My t-case could Aldo be a T 223. Like on seventies, eighties F800.

If ever someone has an idea
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Re: Rockwell m35 P-136-C pto?
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2017, 02:24:01 am »
Do you have any more photos of the whole transfer case?

Here is a t226 with a PTO for photo comparison.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/272888203917

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Re: Rockwell m35 P-136-C pto?
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2017, 03:03:18 am »
Thanks a lot Neilo, for your reply.

Unfortunately, i don't have a pic of the whole T case. It's in the chassis, under the cab. But looking at your pics, that's a 226, the rear casting of mine, looks quite a bit like this one. I can tell you this one was positioned the same as mine. Bigger casting to the front. There is a "declutch"  for the front wheels, which i have too.
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Re: Rockwell m35 P-136-C pto?
« Reply #5 on: October 17, 2017, 03:27:54 pm »
Most skilled metal workers with a lathe, mill etc could make an adapter to convert the bolt? in the middle part to a modern day driveshaft pattern.
You might want to use a modern driveshaft as the 'weak' link in your drive train, something that is easy to repair if it breaks.
http://www.dana.com/off-highway/products/driveshafts

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Re: Rockwell t266 pto?
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2017, 04:07:41 pm »
Riwaka, thanks for your reply.

Sorry i don't quite get what you mean. For the shaft, i'm not too worried. But i wouldn't directly lock it to this driver dog. I need a dog clutch. So when i'm driving, i'm not running the winch. I have a mill and lathe. And i was considering transforming a spicer h18 rear pto, from old jeeps. Only problem, torque and power handling of such a pto is unknown.

Today, i have sent out few emails to several wreckers who have the pto on their tcase.

Will see wgat comes out of this.
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