That is a trip bucket loader with one way cylinders. It should be hooked up to the aux Hyd port. it"s right under the seat sticking up through the platform. controlled by the factory hyd lever. If your planning on running two way hydraulics you will need to manufacture it yourself. The hydraulic fill port can be unscrewed form the transmition and a T put in its place.
Re: Freeman model 32 loader on a CA in reply to Dakota Dave, 10-03-2013 16:55:27
I"m going to install the loader on my tractor just as I bought it for now and maybe later convert it to 2-way hydraulics & rams on the bucket. Can the return oil of the loader go back in the same port under the seat as it comes out? Here"s pics of how the previous owner had it hooked up. Thanks.
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