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PTO lever cut out

nickm

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can someone post a picture of the cut out where the PTO lever goes? Ever thing is already installed except the PTO and lever and I dont want to make the hole too large or in the wrong area.
Thanks
 

gddyap

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I have still have the PTO shifter cutout in my '66. It's a 289/3spd/tshift with the Koenig removed. I'll write myself a note to get a picture with a tape measure tonight.
 

barronj

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Sounds like you're looking for a floor mounted pic? This is the PTO that came in my '68. There's a lever on the front of the PTO spool, but nothing beyond this "pull" mounted inside the rig.

I'll get a pic of the front of mine tomorrow.

Sorry, but someone else did a crap job of painting my dash.

pto.jpg
 

2horsegarage

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Pto

I do not have a pic handy, but my "knob" was mounted into a bracket under the dash on the drivers side... Kinda between the steering column and the Ebrake pull.
 

gddyap

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'66 289/3spd/t-shift D20. Koenig PTO. Tape measure is coming off rear edge of flat portion of tranny tunnel. Ruler is coming off right edge of flat portion of tranny tunnel.

 

Bronconut

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See item #3 from this Koenig install manual. Just as jddyap posted but in word format.
 

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nickm

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Thanks Boss. I followed the directions today. I hope I didnt screw it up. The top part of the bracket was right on top of a little body support. I didnt cut the support though. But I didnt have time to install the shift lever. Ill try and finish it tomorrow.
 
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