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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

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chris dude

04-24-2012 19:22:54

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high im trying to hook up a backhoe attachment to my t-340 international crawler. the loader valve has several large extra plugs on it. i hooked the backhoe valve to one and it would only work when i operated the front bucket. it would not work when the loader valve was in nuetral. so what i done then is ran the dump straight to the backhoe valve making one loop this seemed to work for 10 mins realy good then my pump cracked. can any one explain to me how i would know if i have power beyond.

the backhoe valve is open center and also has relief valve. shouldnt it have worked the same? Im sorry but i dont understand how i dead ended the pump.- What if i removed the pressure relief valve in the loader valve and pluged it would it then work off the one in the backhoe valve. Would this just extend the valve 3spools to 9?

im only using one or the other at a time. please help? thanks? P.S. please respond in crayon because im not to smart on hydrualics. thanks again.

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chris dude

04-24-2012 19:24:44

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 Re: By the way in reply to chris dude, 04-24-2012 19:22:54  
let me know if i posted that in the wrong place

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