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post #1 of 16 Old 02-27-2009, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
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PTO on a T18

I know that there is a PTO panel on the side of the T 18 tranny. What is this for, has anyone used it, and how have they used it? I am just curious, I have used PTOs before on tractors to run implements etc.
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post #2 of 16 Old 02-27-2009, 08:18 AM
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These transmissions were used in other trucks besides Jeeps. On the farm we had the four speeds with pto to drive the hydraulics to raise the beds on the grain trucks. Same for dump trucks, and wreckers, etc.

The Cj2a's and 3a's used the pto off of the rear of the Spicer 18 transfer case to drive many accessories, including pto drive winches. I have not personally seen a winch driven from the pto on the T18 transmission in a Jeep, but would guess its possible!

Which BTW if anyone has one of these pto drive winches for the 2a I would love to buy it from you!!

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I would love to see if anyone has used theirs for anything cool.
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If its a stock flattie, you might get that PTO shaft through to the winch without any hassles, but if you have a Saginaw box, you will have a few problems! The electrics became popular for good reason.
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Might want to use it to drive a Blender. Nothing like frozen mechanical Margaretta's on the trail.

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I would love to see if anyone has used theirs for anything cool.
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I saw a youtube video where a guy used it to make home made ice cream

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Wow, I dont know what to say. I guess "can I have some ice cream"? So other than a hydraulic winch (which is inferior to an electric) and an ice cream maker, the PTO has no usefull purpose.
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not true.. the old willy's jeeps had tons of pto attachments lemme see if i can find the site someone posted a few days ago

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/isn-t-tech-but-cool-anyway-703497/
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If i had a pto on mine i might look into hooking it to a generator, just for fun....
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I would use one as a wood spliter
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Not possible

I would love to use mine, but it's not possible on a CJ-7, or a 5 I would imagine. It may be possible on other configurations, but on my Jeep (1982), the front driveshaft is right on top of it. There is simply no room.
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I would love to use mine, but it's not possible on a CJ-7, or a 5 I would imagine. It may be possible on other configurations, but on my Jeep (1982), the front driveshaft is right on top of it. There is simply no room.
You could always replace it with a T-19. It has PTOs on both sides, and it would give you a synchronized 1st gear.

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