mounting kit for the pump and clutch brackets belts come from where >and at what cost? Not every truck manufacturer offers PTO options on their transfer cases which would mean under hood pump mounts with electric clutch I would think. But I'm an old guy with a jap truck that hasn't keep up with this sort of thing. 98' Toyota extra cab 4X4 limited. The winch would be possibly used for extensive time intervals making electric impractical. Thank you
bob from washington state on
There are no kits from Warn for mounting an additional pump. Most or these winches are industrial and like you said run off a PTO. There are some engine driven pump kits that the tow truck company's use but they are usually for the heavier diesel applications. The best option for you is to get a hydraulic switching valve from a local forklift or hydraulic shop and use your existing power steering pump. Thank You
Stevie from washington state on
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