540 RPM DYNAMIC HYDRAULIC POWER TAKE OFF PTO PUMP
Brand new DYNAMIC model GP-PTO hydraulic power take off PTO gear pump. Ideal for adding hydraulic power to tractors,
landscaping and other mobile equipment not already equipped with hydraulic circuits. Use to power hydraulic motors, front end
loaders, mowers, rotary sweepers, etc. Features include cast iron end plates with aluminum center section, self-adjusting wear
plates, roller bearings on internally splined shaft, outlet port on both sides for simple plumbing hookup and tapped holes on
side for torque arm installation for mounting to prevent pump rotation. Includes a 1" hosebarb adapter for inlet port, 3/4" NPT
adapter for outlet port and a steel plug for one outlet port.
Does this have an internal flow regulator? I am needing to run a fan on a planter and have to adjust it for seed size.
A: No this does not have an internal flow regulator.
Date Submitted: 03/17/2019
What is the maximum rpm off this pump??
A: These pumps are meant to turn no more than 540 rpm (PTO speed).
Date Submitted: 12/16/2018
What horsepower tractor would I need to run this pump at full capacity? I have a 1025 r John deere Sub compact.
A: At the full rated pressure (2500 psi) it would require 27 Hp. With your tractor's stated 18 Hp PTO output; you could achieve 1600 psi reliably. It would be best to set the system pressure at 1500 psi to allow for any inefficiencies.
Date Submitted: 09/27/2018
How does this brand compare to the Prince brand of pumps ....I've had good service out of mine
A: They have been holding up comparably in the time we have carried them, as long as the operating limitations are heeded.
Date Submitted: 09/23/2018
Will this pump hold up running a stump grinder? Is there a better way since my tractor dosent have adequate output flow?
A: We have no information regarding that application and cannot say. If the system were designed correctly and sized to the motor which was used for speed and torque, possibly.
Date Submitted: 07/30/2018
I'm looking to put a front end loader to move rounds bayles of hay..5x5. My ford 4000 will not run a loader with its internal hydraulic pump so what information do I need to gather to buy the right pump for the loader?
A: You would need to know the available Hp at the PTO to begin with. After you know what is available to work with, you can then size the pump accordingly. Many loaders operate well anywhere between 7-15 gpm.
Date Submitted: 07/27/2018
Looking for a replacement pump for a bush hog sm-60. Pto 540. 19gpm 28hp 992 rpm
A: We do not have any specs for the pumps used on that equipment. Looking at the parts manual leads us to believe we would need much more information to state the possibility.
Date Submitted: 07/14/2018
I need a pto pump that will produce 8.5 to 12 GPMs. Please supply me with what pump I need to operate a hydraulic motor on my tractor.
A: This would be the correct pump for that range output with 540 rpm input. We are currently out of stock with more due in 8/17/18.
Date Submitted: 07/06/2018
Will this pump work for a 3pt hook up backhoe?
A: We have no information about the requirements for that application and cannot say. Please contact our Product Support department for further discussion.
Date Submitted: 06/02/2018
which way does this pump have to turn ?
A: These pumps are meant to turn CW as you face the PTO shaft which drive it. There is a direction indicator arrow cast into the body of the pump.
Date Submitted: 05/29/2018
Should these pumps be supported, due to weight?
A: Typically the PTO shaft bearings will tolerate the weight of the pump, provided it is mounted as close to the equipment/bearing as possible. Mounting farther out will increase the load on said bearings and lead to their failure.
Date Submitted: 05/19/2018
Can these pumps be fitted with a reservoir and when will they be back in stock?
A: These pumps are meant to be operated with a separate reservoir of adequate size, preferably with the pump in a flooded inlet condition. This pump would require of 10 gallons at a bare minimum if the pump is meant for continuous use. We show a shipment due in August.
Date Submitted: 04/23/2018
Can I use a PTO pump as a motor? I want to run a 540 RPM motor to run a brush cutter from my mini-skidster using the hydraulics from the machine. Thanks
A: No, you should not use these shaft-mounted pumps as motors. Doing so voids all warranty. We have a selection of PTO drive motors people have used to power equipment in that fashion when the specifications match the application.
Date Submitted: 04/15/2018
when will you have this item back in stock?
A: We have two orders pending delivery for this item, due in May and August.
Date Submitted: 04/12/2018
When will this be available in-stock again?
A: The approximate due date for stock is 2/18.
Date Submitted: 10/03/2017
What hydraulic oil do you recommend running in this pump? Do you sell rebuild kits for this pump?
A: Recommended working conditions:
FILTRATION: 25 micron or better
OIL VISCOSITY: 6 - 200 cSt
INLET PRESSURE: 12 - 32 psi abs.
OIL TEMPERATURE: -25° - 80° C
(-12° - 175° F)
AMBIENT: -22° - 55° C (-8° - 130° F)
We do not sell seal kits for these at this time.
Date Submitted: 08/25/2017
How many hp to run this pump?
A: At the rated specs the HP demand should be approximately 27.
Date Submitted: 07/19/2017
can this pump be mounted on either side
A: The rotation direction is shown by an arrow cast into the body of the pump. As long as the pump is turned the correct way, it will work. Typically this does not allow for alternate mounting options on most equipment.
Date Submitted: 06/28/2017
when will this item be back in stock
A: The due date from our vendor is in early August.
Date Submitted: 06/28/2017
When will the next shipment come in? I'd like to order soon. Thank you!
A: Unfortunately, the projected due dates are in August and September 2017.