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Old 03-11-2014, 08:36 PM
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love the way the trucks coming out, nice work.
can you put up detailed pics an description of the winch to pto connection at the trans please ?

Most certainly can, but the pto itself is feeding a pump not the winch. The pump is feeding the selector valve that controls the direction of the winch
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With that hydraulic setup you can do so much more cool stuff. Like build a wrecker boom that hides in the back, then you can go from your winch to the end of the boom, that way you can back up to a truck and lift it out of the mud and not just pull it. You could use it to pull engines out of cars also. LoL.
If you ever wanted to have a wood splitter attachment for your truck...
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With that hydraulic setup you can do so much more cool stuff. Like build a wrecker boom that hides in the back, then you can go from your winch to the end of the boom, that way you can back up to a truck and lift it out of the mud and not just pull it. You could use it to pull engines out of cars also. LoL.
If you ever wanted to have a wood splitter attachment for your truck...
But all that stuff is heavy. The winch Im using the same size electric is about half weight for just winch not including everything else. But one the same not a 10,000 electric is good for 2-3 max a full load, where as this hydraulic can do 10,000 for extended periods and continously do 9000lbs. Personally hydraulic front, electric rear, spare. you can winch yourself out backwards from the front.
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I was never concerned with weight. My supercab longbed was freighted with extra parts, spare tires, chains, tools, ropes, fuel, cooler, air tank, and whatever else was needed on our trips.
I always wanted a boom in the back to lift and pull trucks out of the mud.
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Well have bein getting lots done the cab is back on wirewheeled and sandblasted frame than por15 and undercoated what I didnt do last year and blended it all back in together as best as I could, now reassembly time.










and the skid plate and pump mount they did a bunch of terrible welds where they didnt care so I ground out all the welds and welded till I ran out of gas.







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Old 05-08-2014, 08:12 PM
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Well got the truck out front fenders narrowed and trimmed for the bigger tires, and a spare 460 in for some mock up. It was quite a fun lift 460 and transmission and transfer case in my drive way. But she made it in had to smash the fire back abit for the thermactor junk on the back, my spare is an older carbed one, fine for building driveshafts and everything else that I want to do anyways.



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Well bein busy getting things done did some exhaus mock up, just about done all the hydraulics, 3 hoses left to run for that and tank hold done to finish up.

My new fenderwell exits, just make life so much easier with everything I have to run a little more space.



custom front and rear diveshafts square tuping, low speed high strength shafts, lots of travel, both driveshafts with all new u joints and straps 160 for both.





And my hydraulic winch took it apart cleaned all the old oil out relubed put it back together and sandblasted and painted. It was very cool inside steel worm gear, and bronze gear for shaft gear, it was cool.

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Subing to this thread, I like the way you get things done. You do it right the first time but you don't do anymore extra work than you have to and you do it all with the tools you have. Now that's something that I like. keep up the good work I wanna see that truck do some damage soon.
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love the way the trucks coming out, nice work.
can you put up detailed pics an description of the winch to pto connection at the trans please ?

Mister dually man, basically we have a winch.


That gets its go go juice from the selector valve.



That gets its juice from the pump thats mounted to my skid plate.



That has this nice tank mounted on my frame with the biggest filter head and filter I could get.



Thats driven by the pto off the transmission.



Thiers actually suppose to be a driveshaft thier but I have a small seal leak on my pto so I am going to put it in after thats fixed. And basically the pto connects on the "inspection covers and gets driven off the countershaft. They usually spin faster than the countershaft, so max rpm would be like 1200 rpm for full flow of pump.

And got front driveshaft in did a cleareance check had to clearence my 1410 shafts for straps at transfer case otherwise lots of room. Thought I would take a teaser photo and be a mall crawler poser. Maxed my jackall and tire just off the ground barely. I think right now my shocks are my limiting factor now.

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Finally got my shortblock back from the machine shop I was the fifth engine in line when I brought it to them in decemeber, I should get the heads next week or so, an evenings work inspected the everything, no issues installed main studs, rings on pistons. Put the the crank in, cam and half the rods decided midnight was late enough . Put rest of rods in this morining cam timing set, everything is so nice and smooth, when I took this olde girl apart I could turn the whole bottom end over by hand, can anyone say worn out rings.

I didnt take many assembly pictures was more focused on put everything in right.



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Old 07-22-2014, 04:31 PM
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Big block is assemblied dealing with some wiring issues and odds and ends, missing dipstick, oil filter clearence, fuel pump kicked the bucket, new fuel pump should be here tomorrow, going to try my old carbed 460 for fitment for dipstick hopefully if everything goes well I should have the truck running tomorrow. And broken in for racing this weekend
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So the shorty headers fit without any issue in the truck? I would love to do a set but only ever seen truck specific. And very pricey. I have an 88 f250 with 460.
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Old 07-28-2014, 03:18 PM
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So the shorty headers fit without any issue in the truck? I would love to do a set but only ever seen truck specific. And very pricey. I have an 88 f250 with 460.

The heads I had fit with no issues in the old truck, I have brand new maddog fender well exits now.
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mroth - Do they not use salt on the roads in Kitimat? How do you find a 94 F250 with 230,000 kms on it with no rust - even on the wheel wells?! That's a great find! I think this build should have it's own reality show. I am waiting with baited breath after every post for the next one. Also, on the winch - maybe I missed it, but was that winch originally an electric winch? I'm in awe as to how you modified it and hooked everything up so that it actually works! Keep up the good work!!
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Awesome thread. Hope to see it continue, because you have a badass rig.
Nice work.
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