Pint-sized beef. The drivetrain is tiny by normal standards but was actually fairly stout given the engine power. The transmission is a Warner Gear T-92 three-speed, basically a micro version of the tranny used in Jeeps and other 4x4s of the ’50s and ’60s. Behind it is a range box with a 4:1 reduction. The rear PTO shaft (the one nearest to the camera) has a sprocket that drives the optional front PTO shaft via a chain.