Posted by CTucker on June 09, 2013 at 14:32:25 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: wd45 Hydraulics posted by Fife Lake Fritz on June 03, 2013 at 05:52:55:
Fix the original system. If you plan on using a different pump, plan on replacing the cylinders also. The Allis system is high pressure low volume and a new pump will most likely be low pressure , high volume. If you hook a new pump up to the old cylinders, they will move WAY too fast and have WAY less lifting power. To disable the Allis valve, just disconnect the hose from the cylinder at the valve and plug the hole, keeping the left quadrant arm tied down to spare the pump and not waste power. With a new pump, you would be WAY better off using the tranny and differential housing for your reservoir. The Allis hydraulic reservoir is too small for a low pressure high volume system.
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