This article describes how to belt drive just about any device like a welder, pump, second alternator, or whatever else you need to spin from the front of most any engine. This might come in handy for example if setting up a vehicle for use in the bush like weather chasing, where an extra pump or more amps are needed.

It's a good all around extra project to make some extra income for the shop, or just maybe pick up an idea on making mounts.

It covers a bush method of mounting a second drive pulley to the front of the engine and more professional methods also.

The article also has a simple methods of finding bolt hole centers (where to drill the holes) from tight locations without measuring. Much of the information comes after building over a 100 PTO mounts mostly in the field.

The article was originally written for boats, but the system is the same for most any engine.

The link is-
http://www.tongacharter.com/report-alternator.htm





Hope this helps

Scott