If it really is a series II(does it have an oval muffler?) then it has the last version of that engine(@160 cu in) which started with the B. A front mounted pump was available with a loader as the tractor doesn't have much of a hydraulic system. The reservoir would be in the loader frame, and the valve mounted on the loader frame also, making the whole system separate from the original tractor hyd. system. You can easily tell by looking at it if is the typical snap coupler set up, or factory available three point hitch. The lift would be the same either way. The lever on the left of the steering wheel(not the notched one) is the lift lever. Pushing the foot clutch will stop the tractor hyd. pump and PTO. There was a factory optional hyd. pump which mounted on the belt pulley drive, along with its own reservoir, and a multi spool valve. But, I have never seen one, and if this tractor had that I doubt they would have added the front pump.
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