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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by clarkjw24, Feb 14, 2007.
Hey guys. I've searched but how much does a 205 with the side pto go for?
i have no idea but correct me if im wrong but didnt they come divorced in dodge pickup...isnt that the most comon place to find them???
Yeah you could get a divorced case form a dodge or international. Reason I'm asking is I've never had one but I've got one now I need to sell for someone. I've never priced them or even looked for one so I'm completely stumped on what they're worth with the pto.
All 205's came with the PTO provision on the side...
check a big truck place, lots of dump trucks use the same part. it should be a muncie style pto pump. never seen anyone mount a chelsea style to a small pto provision.
does it look kinda like the one in this link. picture the one in the link w/out the selonoid & replace it w/ a manuel lever. http://www.munciepower.com/Products/PowerTakeOffs/TGSeries.htm
this one runs about $500 new. u can buy them at junkyards for $100 or so locally.
I was told if i wanted to run a hydro winch I would need one of these is this true and does anyone know what one I would need for a 203 / 205 doubler?
IMHO you would be better off with a belt driven hydraulic pump than a PTO driven pump. In either case you have to have your engine running in order to run the winch but with the belt driven pump you can put power to the axles without turning the tires to assist the winch. With the PTO driven pump you can either put the t-case in neutral to run the winch, in which case you won't be able to supply power to the tires or you can put the t-case in gear and you will have to spin the tires in order for the pump to turn.
I ran a PTO winch for close to 20 years and it was great for pulling others or using the winch to do other work but for self recovery it could be somewhat of a pain for the same reasons that I listed above. I finally sold the rig but kept the winch and I may do something with it but I bought an electric winch as the primary winch for my next buggy.
yea i believe also that all np205s came with the pto.....if your going to run a hydraulic winch id run it off of your PS pump, that is the simplest way...also i dont want to hijack your thread, but what entails hooking up to the pto part of the 205, ive never seen it done i just know that there is a block off plate on it.......
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