REPTO - Rear Engine Power Take-Off
- Ready mix trucks
- Bulk haulers
- Vacuum trucks
How REPTO works:
- Integral part of flywheel housing.
- Receives power from the engine crankshaft. Rotates in the same direction as the engine.
- Available with pump direct-mount option.
REPTO advantages over front-mounted PTOs:
- No need for extended frame or bumper.
- Allows extended wheelbase without exceeding length restrictions.
- Allows more payload under the "Bridge Law".
- Allows improved maneuverability, visibility and driveability.
- No need to raise or modify the radiator for PTO shaft clearance. This allows for higher horsepower engines.
- Permits lower engine speed while maintaining hydraulic pressure, for better fuel economy.
- Simplified hydraulic system and shorter hydraulic lines for increased reliability.
- Simplified maintenance - no need to remove REPTO to service the clutch.
- No chance of PTO damage due to front-end collision.
How REPTO increases GVW under the "Bridge Law":
Both trucks must meet overall length restriction of 40 ft.
Truck A has front-mounted PTO. This requires use of hydraulic pump mounted in front of cab, which wastes frame length and limits wheelbase to 243 in.
Truck B has REPTO, with rear-mounted hydraulic pump. Entire length of frame is used to allow 264" wheelbase. Additional 21 in. wheelbase allows up to 1,200 lb additional payload.
|Power Capacity||200 hp continuous|
240 hp intermittent*
|Torque Capacity||435 lb-ft continuous|
520 lb-ft intermittent*
|Added Length||2.83 in.|
|Total Weight of|
|ISL - 150 lb.|
ISC - 150 lb.
* Maximum ratings may be used for intermittent load applications where the average load does not exceed the continuous rating and where full-throttle operation does not exceed 60 minutes without interruption.
Same as base engine warranty.