I added a second cable clamp because all my wire exceeded the capacity of just one. The rubber grommet and the metal clamp can be purchased from SI: RetainerGrommetGrommet
The top egess is the standard one that came with the truck and provides for the speedometer cable, oil pressure tube, and the temperature tube. The lower is of my concoction. It is a thick brass plate that mounts in the hole for the ignition coil power cable and provides for the vent trap drain tube, heater temperature control cable, and bull horn control cable.
These two holes were drilled for the PTO control cable (left) and vacuum operated Wolf Whistle control cable (right).
Have been planning to install a 10,000 lb PTO Ramsey winch on MPH for a while. Today I started welding in the box I made from 3/8" x 5" angle. I left a tongue on each bumper end to go into the 3/8" angle to give more strength. This is just partially welded for now so I can verify that the drive shaft clears the front frame cross member. Still not sure how I will finish the metal but today it rained so Murphy may be telling me to leave it rust finish.
Section cut out from the bumper
Tape removed and tabs cut
Close up of tab
Winch box tacked in place
Getting ready to test fit the winch
Had to raise the bumper up a bit
Winch raised into position
Winch bolted into place
Chain drive from PTO adapter to shaft mounted on the frame
Testing with winch drum engaged
I added two 2" hitch receivers for hooks
The addition of the receivers also helped to strengthen the bumper to rail connection