1995 Bronco at the Sun Valley Pick a Part for any So Cal gents and womens in here.. I got the notice about 3 days ago. Probably nothing left but, figured I'd throw it out there.
I wish I had your luck!!!! Nice scoreThe PTO is a chelsea / dana 440 series with a commercial intertech direct mount pump. From what I gather, that's about $600 worth new. Then the valve maybe another $100 or so. I would have taken the fluid reservoir box but it was rusted through on the mounts. Not bad for 80 bucks.
It comes from scouring the yards every week. Theres six yards, all with their inventory online I check every day. I cant afford to just go on a whim. Being 75 to 120 minutes away from them. If you knew what all I'd left in the yards, you'd cry. I know I do. Wish I had the money and time to just pull everything of value. On that dump truck alone I left a d60, a 4x4 zf5, and a bw1356 with the rare pto port.I wish I had your luck!!!! Nice score
That's the plan! Since ford NP203s are rarer than Hens teeth, the dodge is the next best bet for modifications to the splined shafts. Theres a Chevy 203 up there too, but they are not as easy to adapt. The main issue is the tranny output shaft and flange. The dodge range box will have to be redrilled to Fords 6bolt TC flange. Wild horses used to do this same conversion all the time.
I paid $40 for the range box. The issue with em nowadays is people are just buying atlas cases or complete doubler kits. Seems no one wants to do the legwork anymore to build one.I had a Ford NP203 last year and had a heck of a time finding a buyer for it. Finally ended up only getting like $150 out of the range box from a guy doing a doubler.
I finally figured out you're talking about cordless power tools... I was like, would 12V compressors or battery tenders be enough for that claim?Kinda funny, an onboard air system is almost obsolete with the great battery tools we have. Of course they are still great for airing up tires and such.
Most certainly. I'm gonna try to do most all of it myself, since I have a mill and lathe.