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Ok I guess I've been lurking out here long enough and here is something I have some experiance with... I've got a 110 "project" (at least that's what it has turned out to be) that has a Ramsey hydraulic winch and the pump is engine driven via double V belts through an electric clutch. The clutch looks like a clutch on the York air conditioning compressors and seems to work fairly well. At least the set-up has pulled the truck out of some tough spots on occasion without any problem. I've got a photo if it'll help.
 

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Thanks for the salute!

From what I believe the winch was a LR dealer option in ’85 but I don’t know for sure. I do know the pump is made by Saginaw and is rated around 15gpm @ 2000psi. Line speed increases with engine rpm and of course is not affected by the transmission clutch. Line speed does not slow down under load unless the engine starts to bog down. I would guess it is a little slower than an 8274 but not affected by load as much as an electric. Here’s a pic of the engine mounted pump.

http://www.villagephotos.com/pubbrowse.asp?selected=194146

Mike
 

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I'd go out in the parking lot and get a better picture but it's still raining here and has been for a couple of days...3.5+ inches so far. Should have plenty of mud to play in! If you go to

http://www.northerntool.com/catalog/?CMID=osclrp5126b

and look up the hydraulic clutch pumps there is a pretty good picture. Item# 1081 has the same specs as the one I'm using on my winch.

Mike
 
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