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Suzuki Transfer case PTO

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31 Jan 2013 21:56 - 31 Jan 2013 21:57 #60466 by Dave cc
Suzuki Transfer case PTO was created by Dave cc
Came across this tonite anybody seen got one or know anything about sj transfer case with PTO output ?

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31 Jan 2013 23:06 #60478 by TomDK
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Hi

I know Rockwatt makes these. About £180 For a PTO on a SJ/Samurai T-box :-)

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31 Jan 2013 23:06 #60479 by jimny5
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Have heard about them but thats it.
What did it come off and what was pto used for on a little suzuki?

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31 Jan 2013 23:12 #60480 by Sponnie
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I like the idea of PTO. Winching (non comp perhaps) would be cool.

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31 Jan 2013 23:15 #60483 by TomDK
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Indeed would be very interesting. But PTO winches aren't exactly cheap. A hydraulic winch solution would probably be cheaper and easier.

+3" Trail Master. Fox 8.0" R/R shocks. ORA HD winchbumper. Warn M8274 Ox-motor + Hellfire gears, Delta-Tek mainshaft and freespool, overvolted. 33/9.5 R16 Silverstone Extreme. 5.14:1 ratio SJ transferbox in RW cradle. OMP rollcage.

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01 Feb 2013 07:05 #60497 by Dave cc
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im thinking about making a high speed pto driven winch is why i ask biggest arse would be routing the drive shaft all the way to the front hydraulic a option but damn slow no good for any sort of competion


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01 Feb 2013 08:39 #60508 by TomDK
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Hydraulic winch slow?

It can be as fast as you want it to. Just a matter of choosing a pump and motor with big enough displacement.. Well probably also other things to consider as well. But a hydraulic winch can be just as fast as any Gigglepin winch.. or faster.

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01 Feb 2013 13:17 #60536 by Dave cc
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Never seen a high speed hydraulic cant see how that would really work without massive pump tank oil coolers etc grass roots fast powerfull winches for tractors and timber hauling generally are PTO driven seems very little point IMO of taking mechanical force converting it to hydraulic then back to mechanical to make the winch work surely just be better to keep it mechanical and will also allow you to vary the winch speed massivly by what gear you select in the car

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01 Feb 2013 13:33 - 01 Feb 2013 13:37 #60540 by TomDK
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There aren't many out there. But there are some. Take a look at Saley winches. There's some om Devon4x4 forum.

www.devon4x4.com/index.php?option=com_ku...temid=106&view=topic

You could also take a look at the a Goodwinch hydraulic winch. It's a 2 speed winch.
Compare it's low speed with standard 8274 you see it's much faster. also much faster than any GP gearing.

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01 Feb 2013 13:39 #60541 by Paul4x4
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Here in Finland most of the old SJ's and Samurai's are equipped with the PTO. A truck with a PTO was eligible for some tax reliefs back in the 80's, because it was then a sort of an agricultural vehicle or something, but I don't think anyone ever actually used the thing for anything. I have about three of those boxed somewhere in my garage.

It really can't be used to run a mechanical winch, because those gears in the PTO must be from a cuckoo clock or something, so it isn't meant for any hard use. And because it points towards the rear, makes it even more useless...

We have an old joke here, suggesting to put a small propeller to the PTO, so it would help in river crossings and such! :laugh:

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01 Feb 2013 13:40 #60542 by TomDK
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Paul4x4 wrote: Here in Finland most of the old SJ's and Samurai's are equipped with the PTO. A truck with a PTO was eligible for some tax reliefs back in the 80's, because it was then a sort of an agricultural vehicle or something, but I don't think anyone ever actually used the thing for anything. I have about three of those boxed somewhere in my garage.

It really can't be used to run a mechanical winch, because those gears in the PTO must be from a cuckoo clock or something, so it isn't meant for any hard use. And because it points towards the rear, makes it even more useless...

We have an old joke here, suggesting to put a small propeller to the PTO, so it would help in river crossings and such! :laugh:


But it could run a hydraulic pump :-)

+3" Trail Master. Fox 8.0" R/R shocks. ORA HD winchbumper. Warn M8274 Ox-motor + Hellfire gears, Delta-Tek mainshaft and freespool, overvolted. 33/9.5 R16 Silverstone Extreme. 5.14:1 ratio SJ transferbox in RW cradle. OMP rollcage.

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01 Feb 2013 13:55 #60545 by Paul4x4
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TomDK wrote: But it could run a hydraulic pump :-)

Yeah, it could, but I think it would still be as easy or easier to fit a belt driven pump in the engine compartment.

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