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Old 03-10-2007, 03:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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rear winches hydrolic

think this will be a good choice for a rear winch. http://www.k4rovers.com/pb/images/im...5b17ce1b67.JPG ? mk11 hydrolic winch.
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Old 03-10-2007, 07:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Is it powered via a powersteering pump or a PTO pump?
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Cool winches, heavy. The engagement lever is broken . . . What exactly are your criteria?
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Old 03-11-2007, 07:33 AM   #4 (permalink)
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the 109 already has the koenig in the front, so i was going to remove the over drive and run a pto winch out the rear. i m not sure how the hydrloic works? but i got a 8274 warn , maybe i can fit that in the back. work on a mounting system, using a swing out tyre carrier off a wrangler j##P ...
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the 109 already has the koenig in the front, so i was going to remove the over drive and run a pto winch out the rear. i m not sure how the hydrloic works? but i got a 8274 warn , maybe i can fit that in the back. work on a mounting system, using a swing out tyre carrier off a wrangler j##P ...
If it's a hydraulic powered winch you can use a engine mounted power steering pump and that way retain the overdrive.

The hydro will be easier to install then a true PTO drive because you don't have to worry about drive lines. The hoses are flexable so it just makes it easier to run them.
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maybe i can fit that in the back. work on a mounting system, using a swing out tyre carrier off a wrangler j##P ...
Mount it under the bed. Most of those tire carriers barely hold a tire, let alone a winch
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.... dont think this will work ? its a posion spyder product http://www.national4wdonline.com/car...ategory_id=451 link .. or https://www.spydercustoms.com/index2.php ...
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Probably not. Theres no place on that bumper to mount a winch of that size, and I certainly wouldnt mount it on the tire carrier itself. You have to remember, that MK 2 rover winch is dimensionally larger than a warn 15K.
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Old 03-13-2007, 04:42 AM   #9 (permalink)
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installed the 8274. welded 2 inch plate to rear cross member, 2 inch square tubing goes through cross member to another 2 inch plate. then grd 8 bolts hold it in place. i did this in three places, then added some gussets ... i think it will be fine. and if it isnt, then plasma it all off and start again ....
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i....2 inch plate........
As in 2" THICK plate!!!!!!!!! What, are you adding ballast? How bout' a picture?
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lol 2 ' plate behind the cross member. so the bolts dont pull through, the winch tray is 1/4 inch.. give me your email and ill send some pictures to you
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