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    Any on-vehicle pics?
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    I will take some after I mount the PTO. I have to rid the truck of the spare tire mount, and crane first.

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    Original spec? What truck was it originally used on?

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    The pto is one I bought to install on my 923. It is a nose one for the 900 series. I didn't want to use a cable, so I fabricated the pneumatic actuation system.

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    You may have a frame interference issue. Top of the PTO on the 939 series is really close to the frame.

    Is the cylinder spring loaded to go off?

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    Yes it is, spring return. The uppermost portion of my setup, is about 3/4-7/8 higher than the actuation lever. The factory setup, is about 3/8-1/2 higher than actuation lever. I'm thinking that it will fit. If not, I will redesign it.

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    You can add a air operated pto. A member here in Kansas city has one on his M923A2 to run his roll off system
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    Wes, anymore photos of that truck? Looks like a nice setup

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    Well, I got my PTO installed, today. HOLY MOLEY! This job was a son of a bitch. 4.5 hours to install. This is probably the hardest job that I've done in many years. The PTO certainly wasn't meant to be installed after the transmission was installed in the vehicle.

    I will have to make a new actuator mount, as there is an ear on the tranny that interferes with what I have made. Other than that, it looks good.

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