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PTO winch off 205?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by dubl_t, Aug 16, 2002.

  1. dubl_t

    dubl_t 1/2 ton status

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    Did GM ever offer a pto winch off of the 205 transfer case? If not, how hard would it be to adapt? Thanks, Tom.
     
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    No G.M. did'nt offer P.T.O.'s at all. It was a Dealer installed option. All You need is the P.T.O. itself, a Winch of You're choice, some P.T.O. Driveline, P.T.O. Bushings, and Brackets, and have at it.

    Routing of the Driveline will be the greatest Challenge, getting It around, Exhaust Systems, Vehicle Axles, Springs, etc. etc.
     
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    I would use a PTO driven hydraulic pump to drive a winch rather then driveshafts
     
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    WOW, Thanks all for the advice. M.J., have you ever seen or done a hydraulic/pto setup? It sounds like the best/maybe easiest way.
     
  6. m j

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    it would be a lot harder to find a driveline PTO these days
    I used to drive a modular building moving truck that had a 40000# hydro winch
     

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