how hard is it to come acrossed a pto for a 205. I can get a 205 for 50 bucks but if its going to cost me an arm and a leg for a pto to run a winch then i cant see the point of having my drivesfafts reworked and doing all the fab work. because i think the m50d will give in before the 1345 does.
but then again front wheel burnouts would be cool
the old project:
89˝ F150 4x4 with built 300
4in lift and 33s
the new project:
84 f250 street stock pulling truck
I don't have personal experience with PTO's so I couldn't tell you but it looks identical to the other PTO units I've seen. One thing to look out for. I was going to try a PTO on my truck but do not have room due to my exhaust. It runs right past the PTO cover so unless I ran fenderwell exits I couldn't make it fit. Check everything first. I think (might be wrong here) that you'll also need to cut a hole in the bed.
Originally posted by MG86TA Damn i just gave one away and i have another in my garage
Why don't I have neighbors like you? One of these days I'd like to pick up a spare so I can experiment with a doubler kit. Everyone is looking for that transfer case because they're tough as nails. The only downside for some people is they don't have a super low gear but it all depends on what you're using it for.
i bought a new pto unit for my 205 about 5 years agoand if i remember ipaid about $350 for the unit and the cable kit to shift it. i think most pto housings are the same but the gear inside is different to match up to what it is mounted to
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