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Old 12-08-2014, 07:27 AM   #1
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PTO ???

Ok every time I mention We have a 04 CC Allure 370 ISL someone mentions. (Does it have the DRY PTO?)
Can some one tell me how to tell?
I know this has been talked about but my searches have not been very successful.

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Here are some other threads on this subject https://www.google.com/search?q=pto&...com&gws_rd=ssl for you to read up on till other Country Coach owner's chime in........
Here is some more interesting reading on this http://www.jdrv1.com/sitebuildercont...s/pto-101a.pdf and very informative with photo's.

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I put the search term "dry pto" as a general internet search term in my internet browser and got:

Defines pto as power take-off in a PTO 101 article. Though where it was located on the internet was a bit strange.

"This information was collected from numerous posts on the Country Coach Yahoo Group site. Many list members contributed, espe- cially George Harper, Bob Handren and Roger Uhlich, who all provided photographs. PTO 101 was edited by Lee Zaborowski."

Note: general internet searches are great because they search the various rv forums as well, yet, I still use the search feature in this forum at times.
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