Improved tapered roller bearings provide substantially increased life over ball bearings, contributing to the Titan MC1’s longer service life. These bearings are more dense than ball bearings and provide greater bearing capacity in a small space.
Another key enhancement of the Titan MC1 is its internally pressure-lubricated bearings, which the CS24/25 doesn’t have. This means that unlike the CS24/25, the Titan MC1 has internal passageways running through each bearing in order to ensure that each is lubricated with oil. The CS24/25’s bearings instead are lubricated solely via the oil sprayed onto the PTO’s gears, which is also standard in the Titan MC1. Internal, pressure lubrication, however, makes the bearings last longer and keeps them cooler.
Reduced leak points are a result of the Titan MC1’s single hose connection. Unlike the Titan MC1, the CS24/25 has two hose connections. More connections means more potential leak points.
The Titan MC1 also features additional enhancements including an improved clutch pack design, increase input shaft diameter and a maximized gear design. All of these new enhancements work together to create a PTO with greater durability and strength to last the life of the truck transmission.
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