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PTO Driven Winch

Post by yukongene » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:46 pm

Anyone Have info on PTO from xfer case to front bumper winch on '68 Bronco I own I Believe its original . Bought truck from original owner .

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Post by Tom Dummer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:00 pm

What kind of information are you after?
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Post by yukongene » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:32 pm

Was wondering if it was an option from Ford and how common it is . Also its on 3speed standard will it work on my other '67 Bronco with a C4 auto trans ?

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Post by Tom Dummer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:38 pm

It was a factory option. The last place I worked we had 4 early Broncos there. 3 of which had the Koenig PTO winch and all three were different from each other, all were a factory option.
Since it connects to the Dana 20 Tcase, it should work just fine with whatever tranny you use, you may have to change the PTO driveline though. I went from a 3 speed to an NP435 and didn't change anything but the shifter mounting position of the Tcase.
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Post by yukongene » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:44 pm

OK Just kinda got used to using the clutch to pull the cable and didnt know if an auto would give me less control .

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Post by Tom Dummer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:49 pm

I've never dealt with the pto on the auto. I'm pretty sure one of the Broncos where I was had an auto.
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Post by yukongene » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:58 pm

thanks Im gonna have to think this one over a little before I start messin with this one Good Talkin to Ya

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Post by Tom Dummer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:24 pm

You joined a year and a half ago? You are allowed to post more than that.
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Post by TonyNokes » Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:12 pm

I too have the PTO on my '66 and I switched it to an auto transmission. It does make it a little harder to control becasue even with the transmission in Neutral it will still spin the gears in the transfer case. So, I often shut the engine off to engage the PTO. The auto can make things like taking up the slack easier and modulating the amount of pull easier. You do have to watch how you let it shift however because it can start pulling the cable in way too fast if your not on top of it. I usually lock it into first gear. Oh, and you may have to modify the PTO driveline to clear the transmission pad, I did for both the AOD and 4R70W but the C4 I have no experiance with.

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Post by chrlsful » Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:16 pm

Somewhere around i have the paper that wuz on the sun visor that listed the "danger this, danger that" w/the PTO. Also the instructions. Don't B emember if it wuz 4 auto or manie. Many also had the firestone air bags inside the frnt coils (weight of the winch, I guess). I will look 4 it if asked...meanwhile

I need info on the auger/drill attached to 1 of these. Fella said he saw 1 in the bed! wanna set one up on frnt bumper...
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Post by 69broncoman » Mon Feb 29, 2016 7:41 am

do you have a pto or winch or bumper for sale or do you know where I can find some?

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