|PTO (Power. Take-Off)
... for Positiver power to attachment at any extreme height!
Because Bolens powered attachment are Powered by a drive
shaft instead of a belt, you can raise or lower the attachments
while under full power without straining the drive mechanism
or losing engine power. Examples: raising the snow caster to
attack a deep drift, or lowering the tiller for deeper tilling,
With belt-driven attachments on other compact tractors,
similar raising and lowering can play havoc with the drive mechanism
and lead to belt waar and power loss.
||2 Speed Ranges
... for total of 6 forward and
2 reverse speeds!
A Bolens Husky has an all-gear
transmission with two speed ranges - high and low - so you can
select the one best tractor ground speed (from 3/4 to 6 mph)
to match the job and still deliver full power to the attachment.
Examples: 3rd gear high range for large scale moving and 1st
gear low range for deep tilling. Once you select the right
gear for the job, you stay in it. As working conditions
change (and more or less ground speed is desired) you stop,
depress the cluth, select a new gear and continue on your way.
No other compact tractor offers as broad a range of geared working
... for changing powered
attchments easily --- in minutes
Bolens powered attachments are powered by a drive shaft instead
of a belt. On most other tractros, hitching up an attachment means
lining up a belt. Then pulling and straining to stretch
it over a series of pulleys (sheaves). Belts add time to your
work and subtract skin from your fingers.
To bitch up a Bolens powered attachment
you simply slide the attachment's own drive shaft onto the Bolens
power-lock and insert a few hitch pins to secure the attachment
to the tractor. It's that easy!
... puts extra traction
at your fingertips!
On occasions when working conditions require extra traction (examples:
soft or muddy ground, or deep snow) you simply reach over the
side of your Bolens Husky and turn the control knob for the degree
of extra traction you need. The more turns, the more traction.
Turning the knob as far as it goes provides nearly straight axle
drive. Only with a Bolens Husky can you climb out of trough spots
without need for special tool to adjust the differential.
Controled differential also provides greater traction and stability
for climbing steep hills.