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Old 07-08-2009, 06:51 PM
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Anyone use their X-fer case PTO?

I think it only applies to F350 owners but does anyone use their transfer-case mounted PTO?

If so, for what?
Maybe a PTO winch?
pics?
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:23 PM
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i have never seen one. i assume this is for auto trans. what are you going to run with it? I've got a contact for you if you need. PTO sales in Bakersfield
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i have never seen one. i assume this is for auto trans. what are you going to run with it? I've got a contact for you if you need. PTO sales in Bakersfield
Unfortunately I dont have one on my currrent truck but my old white OBS had one...I also got my hands on a pto winch too but was too slow on the craigslist response

I was just wondering what fellow .org-ers are using their ptos for...

I dont really have a use for one anyway, other than bragging rights...also by having one it makes my manhood larger...the girls love a man w/a PTO
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:45 PM
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PTO I thought it was for Power Take Off. I guess it can be for Penis To Offer.

I have seen the pto's used to run a compressor, in the light truck class i would say your right mostly hyd winch. which would be a top notch set up.
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oh be sure to tell the honeys that you offer a 110hp pto and not the wimpy 90 hp one.
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The PTO runs off of the tranny. It is on the ZF trannys that came in all of the PSDs 250 included. The plate is there covering the mount. All you do is pull the plate and install the option of your choice. Winch, air compressor, generator, welder many options,. JJ
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The PTO runs off of the tranny. It is on the ZF trannys that came in all of the PSDs 250 included. The plate is there covering the mount. All you do is pull the plate and install the option of your choice. Winch, air compressor, generator, welder many options,. JJ
thanks for clearing that up!

I was a bit shady on the details
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I got a that option of my ZF like JJ mentioned... havent heard of anyone using it though
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Dang I reckon I have a pto then. Got a buddy selling a 20k lb PTO winch too. I might accidently pull the frame out from under my truck! I better pass on the winch....
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