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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-12-2003, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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PTO Parts

Well i just managed to aquire a PTO for free. its a cable operated PTO from a 73 F350 dump truck. but it does not have a cable or yoke.

anyone know where i can get parts for this? or any other information?
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Re: PTO Parts

what brand, chelsea?

If you have a local hydraulic hose/pump/cylinder shop nearby, they should be able to hook you up with a control knob and cable assy. As far as the yoke, what kind of output does it have, a male or female splined shaft and what are your plans for it?
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Someone answer his questions. I know squat about PTO's and would like to learn some just for gen. knowledge.
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Re: PTO Parts

actually at this point i still need to pick up the tranny....its mine just a matter of gettin git. as soon as i can ill let you know.

the way it looked....looked like it had a keyed shaft sticking out of the housing facing rearward. i was thinking of maybe running a hydraulic pump for either a hydro winch or for a power angle plow. unless someone has a better idea. this is for my 86 F250 4x4. Its gunna be mostly a tow rig but its getting a mild lift and 35's and will be a functional wheeler just for ****s and giggles...
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PTO winch it!!! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
boss has one on his old willys and that thing pulled like you woouldnt belive

just my .02

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You can get some wickedly powerful water pumps to hook up to a PTO

I've seen better fire hose pressure from some of them than a city water system can muster. We were at a pit party many moons ago and it was hotter than hades and the ice was gone ! This guy shows up with a dump truck and shoves a weighted hose deep into the lake(major drop off, just off shore). He starts pumping up 48 degree water and sprayed all our canoes full of beer and cooled off the beer beautifully ! after that we had mud luge contests, blew each other off our feet with the hose and had a ball with it.

Needless to say they guy was drinking for free that day !

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He claimed he'd pumped a mudhole dry where some 4X4ers had swamped their ride, so they were able to walk out to it and get it started. A million and one uses !

Only problem I can see is getting the spline to the back of the Bronco and maintaining your ground clearance.
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Re: PTO Parts

ok i got the tranny and PTO but havent had a chance to really look it over...been rainin the past 3 days here....

ill keep you guys posted!
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