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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-22-2004, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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PTO for Samurai T-Case

I know that the t-case has an option of a PTO.
Anyone know the details? Where to find out?
Where to buy the kit?
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

Dont know here either, Dale, but I like to have one myself. If you get any info, pass it on.
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

might try here www.amphijeep.biz never have herd of anyone having a pto on theirs

another option would be to run a sidekick tranny and t case with a samurai case behind it
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

I read somewhere that someone was using a pto for a fire pump---Either in New Zeland or Australia.
Amphijeep----Hmmmm---
That is exactly what I am thinking I am going to do with my 6x6 when I start the project this winter.---Which is why I am looking for the PTO--To run the prop.
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

I know they exist just never known of anyone having one the link I posted is to a place that uses the pto to drive the prop

by the way the pto mounts to the back of the t case at the rear of the input shaft there is 4 bolt holes and a metal cap there the shifter I think would come up thru the floor where there is that round inpression in the floor

the problem is I figure the pto uses a special input shaft meaning it will only work with the stock t case gears
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

Look at the sixth pic on this page-> http://moose.ca/~slowzuki/slowzuki/t...ases/index.htm
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

that look like half of a samy t-case..
the input part is different.

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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

I emailed them about the pto they use for their boat hybrid this is what I got back from them.


AMPHIBIOUS CARS LTD
Littlehampton Marina tel 01903 721139
Littlehampton info@amphijeep.biz
West Sussex amphijeep.biz
BN17 5DS
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PTO for Suzuki SJ410/413/419 Samurai/Sierra/Gypsy/Potohar/Katana
Manufactured in Japan/Spain/India/Pakistan

We have been using our own manufactured PTO on the Dutton/Amphijeep range of amphibious cars since 2000; it is designed to transmit the full 65 bhp @ 5000 rpm

The conversion consists of extending the transfer box input shaft with drive shaft grade steel and drilling out the transfer box end casing to 23mm dia. There are 4 off M8 pre-tapped holes around this end casing suitable for attaching brackets etc

DIMENSIONS: -
Shaft 22mm dia x 65mm long from rear face of bearing to spigot
Keyway 6mm wide x 3mm deep x 23mm long
Spigot 15mm dia x 25mm long, machined finish to run in bush. This can be cut off if not required
The standard Suzuki rear end bearing must be the type fitted with double rubber oil seals (2RS), if your bearing is a plain ball bearing without seals it must be replaced.
If you are interested in a drive shaft/dog clutch assembly as per our amphibious set up please ask

ORDER: -
Modify input shaft and supply 6mm key 78.00
2RS double seal rear end bearing with 2 rubber oil seals 14.80
Carriage UK 8.50

UK sales add 17.5% vat





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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

Question is, what would you do with it?
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Re: PTO for Samurai T-Case

Fire pump as said above or maybe a small pto winch, hydrolic pump, runnung a second t case for a 6x6, and I am sure others can come up with other things.
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