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Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11

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bbplayer5467

12-06-2017 20:51:21




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This message is a reply to an archived post by Leo S on March 21, 2011 at 22:26:42.
The original subject was "Stage II Super H hydraulicsUPDATE form 31711".

Good evening sir, I as well just purchased a 54 stage 2 super H, Iím having trouble setting up the hydraulic lines for the bucket loader. I donít have that second Christmas tree valve shown. When I was cunsulting with the manual it says the top line from the hyd. Reservoir is for regular implements (front mounted) and the bottom is for delayed lift impliments,....ok I understand that. But where do I hook up the return hydraulic lines?? please email me, I have pictures I can send to better explain.

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D Slater

12-07-2017 05:17:45




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 Re: Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11 in reply to bbplayer5467, 12-06-2017 20:51:21  

Depends on the loader or how you want it to operate. You can't use a hydraulic cylinder and get pressure both ways like raise or lower, or use a bucket tilt and lift cylinders at the same time with the standard system. You can get loader lift like a trip bucket type by hooking lines to the top port looking at unit behind starter. If it still has the tee fittings and line outlets hook one side to each end of lines from the tee from the top port. Oil will pressure cylinders up when rod is pulled and lowered when pushed forward. Oil goes in and out the same line for pressure or lower with a vent installed in other port of lift cylinder. If wanting to run a no pressure line back to reservoir from other port of lift cylinder plumb those into the pipe plug on rear of liftall down low where a double acting valve returned to if used. Fittings out bottom of this double acting valve in picture go to plug.

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DeltaRed

12-06-2017 20:56:28




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 Re: Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11 in reply to bbplayer5467, 12-06-2017 20:51:21  
Plumb the return into the belly pump drain.If a mag pump with reservoir under the gas tank,into the large port at ehe bottom right.



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bbplayer5467

12-06-2017 21:06:31




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 Re: Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11 in reply to DeltaRed, 12-06-2017 20:56:28  
Ok, do you have pictures so I can get a visual? I have the reservoir under gas tank with mag pump



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bbplayer5467

12-06-2017 21:04:36




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 Re: Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11 in reply to DeltaRed, 12-06-2017 20:56:28  
Ok, do you have pictures so I can get a visual?



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DeltaRed

12-06-2017 21:34:47




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 Re: Stage II Super H hydraulics-UPDATE form 3-17-11 in reply to bbplayer5467, 12-06-2017 21:04:36  
Sorry no pics.



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