You didn’t have someone in the cab? All you have to do is push the clutch in and it stops.... a PTO winch is no joke but once you know what each component does, it’s simple to operate.Our volunteer fire dept has a 1990 Kaiser M54A2 converted to a tanker.
Using the winch has been a issue. Mostly because we don't know what we are doing. Finally got the PTO to engage. Then had difficulty getting the lever in front to work. We had the cable pulled out. Then once we got the action to retract couldn't shut it off. By the time we got everything shut down the winch had wrapped the chain and hook up and the hook had snagged the horizontal brace across the back. Now everything is all jambed up. Can't get it to unwind or wind.
Looks like we are going to have to remove the winch assembly to get it all untangled. Which I am sure will cause other issues.
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