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Thread: Front exhaust pipe install with Koenig front winch PTO shaft in place

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    Quote Originally Posted by charles1943 View Post
    Could you post an image of where the shaft passes the header pipe? That might help 2 see how tight things r

    It's not easy to convincingly photograph the issue but this pic gives the idea. I'll be giving it a shot and appreciate your wish of luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimrr View Post
    that photo is most informative. My PTO is mounted vertically, it's been there since i was 20, lucky i have not wiped it off yet. mine is obviously much lower, is that how the book said to mount it? I like it where you have it, tucked up higher out of the way and now with my rig being bashed the driveline comes undone a lot. yours probably flexes less due to its higher positon?
    Interesting your PTO is vertical. I'm 99.99% sure this was installed by Land Rover or the dealer. Perhaps even by Koenig... though I doubt they visited dealerships to aid in install. Regardless, this PTO's position hasn't been altered since new in 1971. In my files I found these two images which seem to show it at an angle like mine.

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