this is the belt driven pump which is bigger in size than the the gear driven one on the 600 the 660 has hydrostatic steering like the 630 so I scanned this, I can tell you a 2670 does not have 9gpm to the steering and to have that much flow you would need a much larger amount of oil to keep it cool also if you like I can scan the 600 book also
Re: Case 630 pwr srty pump in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-19-2013 16:53:21
Sent Fred my parts break downs I got from Eaton. The 1985 version on the drawing said displacemnt was 6.5 gpm at full throttle, 1.0 at idle. Don't know where I got 9.0 from but I looked at a BUNCH of stuff trying to figure out how to rebuild what I had before I found the replacement.
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