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Old 30-05-2010, 07:07   #1
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Yanmar Power-Take-Off

We are installing a new 110hp Yanmar engine and would like to know what hp can be taken off the front drive. We would like to run a 95amp hour Bosch alternator and a York compressor for our refrigeration (double belt) I cannot find any specific information in the Yanmar installation manuel on this and our non english speaking engineer doesn't seem to have a clue!
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Be careful of what you put on the engine....remember, everything you put on takes away available Horsepower.
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