Front power take-off shaft, front-mounted mower, front-mounted mulcher, front-mounted chipper, front-mounted cutter: the Unimog and its front-mounted implements are a winning combination when it comes to efficiency. With the Mercedes-Benz Genuine front power take-off shaft transmission, it is also possible to retrofit the required mechanical drive for Unimog implement carriers. It opens up new fields of application, whilst also enabling more efficient working and lower fuel consumption in comparison with using the hydraulic drive.
There's more than enough work for the Unimog to be in operation 365 days of the year. Whether you're using it with a snow cutter in winter service operations or with a front-mounted mower in the summer, the Unimog implement carrier is in use every single day the world over. By using the engine power take-off, this Special Truck delivers particularly high performance in conjunction with mounted implements. The Genuine front power take-off shaft transmission needed for this can be retrofitted to all Unimog implement carriers equipped with an appropriate pre-installation.
The Unimog is truly versatile and can be used for all manner of tasks – not least thanks to its powerful front PTO shaft. Just like every other Genuine Part, it has been developed by experienced Mercedes-Benz experts and is perfectly tuned to the Unimog implement carrier.
You set the challenge, the Unimog accepts it. Depending on the desired field of application, you can choose from a wide range of different front-mounted implements from certified Unimog partners. All information and data can be found in the Unimog Partner Portal.
The Unimog implement carrier with front PTO shaft comes into its own in mowing operations. Its generous panoramic windscreen offers a good view of front attachments and the working area in front of the vehicle. And compared to the hydraulic implement drive, Unimog drivers also save fuel when using the efficient engine power take-off.
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