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Mounting Ramsey 200r With A Dual Master Conversion

Discussion in 'Winches' started by mickeykelley, Sep 4, 2018.

  1. Sep 4, 2018
    mickeykelley

    mickeykelley Active Member

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    I've started studying up on mounting the Ramsey 200R I bought. I just recently did Herm's dual master conversion and the space between the master and the engine/bell housing bolt area is very tight. I've been reading about the carrier bearing bolting there so my question is clearance. I have not yet found a pic of the drive shaft and carrier bearing with a dual master conversion. I assume it has been done, but does anyone have any pics? Experiences?
     
  2. Sep 12, 2018
    Siskiwit

    Siskiwit New Member

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    I have the same question as above. I want to do a disk brake conversion and need to put a Koenig king up front. Anybody have any experience it’s this. I guess if I have to run the stock m.c. I’ll have to.
     
  3. Sep 13, 2018
    nickmil

    nickmil In mothballs. Sponsor

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    Not sure on the Ramsey but on my Koenig setup with transplanted V-6 it is tight but doable. I have the R&P mc conversion and ran it also with stock single reservoir mc and it fit fine both ways. You may have to modify where the support bearing mounts though. I mounted mine off the engine mount.
    With careful mounting and routing should be doable.
     
  4. Sep 16, 2018 at 2:24 PM
    Gasguzler

    Gasguzler New Member

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    Not the greatest pics but this is my single master cylinder with Ramsey pto. Has the mount for the pto driveshaft off the bell housing. Hope this helps some. I’d also like to do the dual master conversion eventually.
     
  5. Sep 16, 2018 at 2:32 PM
    Daryl

    Daryl Sponsor Sponsor

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    Might have to extend the bracket for your carrier but as long as you don't have a u joint right under the master cylinder it should fit just fine.
     

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