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Old April 20th, 2009, 10:51 PM
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I want to mount a PTO winch on my Defender, but haven't found any forward output PTO's to fit the LT230 (seen a number of Defenders for sale that have them). What's a decent price to expect to pay for the PTO unit?
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Old April 20th, 2009, 10:53 PM
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I have seen the entire set up with the winch sell in the $1000. Not sure what just the PTO would cost, and I am also not sure it clears the oil pan on a V8 (I think some of the 127 rapiers may have had that winch, but I can't recall if it was PTO or electric). But if you do figure it out, I would be very interested to see how as that would be a great set up for me too.

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Old April 21st, 2009, 06:25 AM
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Well, currently a V8, but soon to have the 300Tdi sitting in my garage.
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Old April 21st, 2009, 06:52 AM
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I found this for you but it only works for a hydraulic winch
http://www.k4rovers.com/pb/wp_2e3ae2...41391106223618
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Old April 21st, 2009, 02:14 PM
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My 130 has a PTO, it's attached to the LT85 throu a series of joints that get around the oill pan, it's not a straight shot.
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Want to part ways with the set up?
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Old April 21st, 2009, 03:25 PM
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What are you going to do, hook up a bush hog? I think PTOs are cool but other than a winch or dump bed, what do you do with it?
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PTO winches are by far the best.
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I personally like hydraulic winches (with oil pump on the PTO output).
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Want to part ways with the set up?
No way It would be a PITA to remove and it works too good to give up.
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Old April 21st, 2009, 03:55 PM
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What are you going to do, hook up a bush hog? I think PTOs are cool but other than a winch or dump bed, what do you do with it?
I'm looking for a forward facing PTO to run a winch.
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Old April 21st, 2009, 03:57 PM
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Damn, I was looking forward to watching you rake hay or something.
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I just had a PTO hydro system installed. I got the kit from http://www.4x4winches.com/ (ask for Allan Byrne I believe). The kit was 1,400 british pounds about 9 months ago. The shipping was not bad and the exchange is good for us now.

The things is a Euro modified MileMarker NOT the US spec. It will rip off your arms at the sockets in seconds and beat you about the head with your bloody limbs. It is FAST and not just for free spooling but also on load. Very different than the "regular" hydro winches sold here -- these are modded for competition. They pull as long as the engine runs and pull all day long and hard.

This is the "old" Maxi PTO -- it bolts to the LT transfer case and runs a high speed pump to the high speed winch and back to a small 2L reservoir.
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Aren't there PTO winch systems that will run off our power steeering pump?

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Nope Hydro that run off them.
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Damn, I was looking forward to watching you rake hay or something.
Well..if I can find one of these for my Series rear PTO, you could watch me run my hammermill
http://www.allisons.org/ll/4/LandRover/S1/rearPTO.jpg
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 09:23 AM
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With that bad boy you could run a log splitter, grist mill, saw mill, all kinds of stuff!
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I just had a PTO hydro system installed. I got the kit from http://www.4x4winches.com/ (ask for Allan Byrne I believe). The kit was 1,400 british pounds about 9 months ago. The shipping was not bad and the exchange is good for us now.

The things is a Euro modified MileMarker NOT the US spec. It will rip off your arms at the sockets in seconds and beat you about the head with your bloody limbs. It is FAST and not just for free spooling but also on load. Very different than the "regular" hydro winches sold here -- these are modded for competition. They pull as long as the engine runs and pull all day long and hard.

This is the "old" Maxi PTO -- it bolts to the LT transfer case and runs a high speed pump to the high speed winch and back to a small 2L reservoir.
Okay their 'Type R' Winch is scary fast, seems way too fast for anything but competition use, no? Which Winch Set-up did you get?
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My PTO is made by Fairey and installed at the special vehicles factory at Land Rover, what other companies make them?
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And What Bumper are you using it in?
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