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Haven't decided yet where to mount mine.  On top of neck, on the vertical of the neck or on the floor by the neck.  Might be worth making a full deck up there on mine for golf cart or tractor implement etc. 


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I mounted a Braden MS9 on my Rodgers Lowboy. I powered it with a Wisconsin V4 running through a Arrow Gear reverser box. Worked very well, however now the reverser box is starting to slip under a heavy load. I'll probably have to pull it down and install new friction plates if I can find them. Till then I use a snatch block on a heavy pull, just very slow.
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The Checker trailer will migrate over to Portland at the family company warehouse in the next couple weeks.  Hopefully by the end of April I will have the winch home too.  Depending on the outcome of a project I am going to do in about a month I may have enough for suspension parts to move the axles on the checker.  It may stay that way a little while and then get cut down at the end of the summer or fall when the beavertail makes it west.  The dozer should be back together inside a week of me getting home. 


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No change on that project.  Probably be may when I haul that home. 


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Kevin, did you get the winch home yet?  I have a few suggestions for a hydraulic motor mount if you haven't found an adapter already.


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Direct mount seems to be the most simple and practical.  The only advantage I see to offset mount with chain and sprockets is the ability to change the sprockets for different drive ratio. 


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Attached is a list of some of the  Braden hydraulic motor adapters. Some of the kits are common for both the MS7 and MS10 meaning the bolt pattern of the input shaft bearing retainer is the same and MAYBE the same for the MS9. You'll be looking for an SAE A 2 bolt mount. The difference between some of these kits is type of motor shaft coupling inside.

You won't need the whole kit, just the mounting bracket. You'll get a chain coupling to fit your 1" round shaft else ware.
When it's time you might try these guys for Braden parts.
http://www.winchesinc.com/



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There's no magic to the chain drive. A # 60 roller chain has a working strength of 2094 pounds. Your motor will not produce that much. Your motor has a 1" shaft and the winch probably a 1.25" shaft. Get two 20 tooth sprockets from McMaster. The 104-1004 motor torque on the 5" sprocket will be less than 2094 pounds.


Mount your motor with the mounting bracket I posted before like anything like this.


keeping this in mind.

and this.

If we can get a Braden adapter kit it will like like this.


But we won't know what to look for until we see your winch.
If we can't get one we might be able to alter an off the shaft motor adapter or I can suggest a very simple way to have a machine shop make one.




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The only sure thing I need would be a proper hydraulic motor to winch adapter OR maybe some guidance on what I need to do for chain drive if there is any off the shelf mounting systems or sprockets that might save a bit on fabrication.  What measurements might I need? 


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kblackav8or (12/14/2018)
From the flat on the winch stamped.  MS9 - 18  serial number 6912009
Picture last on my smugmug link if you want to see it. 


Oops! I didn't see the last picture. I must have been hung up on the motor picture just before it. There is a reference to adjusting the break on the MS9 in the service manual I emailed you but no specs on it. I also sent you the specs on the MS10 which I'm beginning to think is more like yours. I guess we won't know until some measurements are taken from it.




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