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Date Posted:16/08/2013 04:53:36Copy HTML

hello all need some advise i have a 74 tower wagon  i am about to break  and a s46 i want to take the tower wagon,transfer box and pto  off the 75 and put it on the s46 but the pto is air and my 46 is vacuum is there a way to run the pto off the vacuum or any ideas of a way around this 
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Date Posted:17/08/2013 11:26:42Copy HTML

 I reckon a 12v (decent0 compressor would be the  easiest option other than trying to fit a compressor to the engine or make the pto cable operated, the pto that was fitted to my old mk2 s66 tipper was cable, fitted to a zf gearbox / phaser engine.
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