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scrappy38

03-01-2013 14:00:52
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Just wondering if a power steering pump can be used to run a loader on my h or is there a crank pump that would work beter. Ive heard it may work but id figure id ask you pros thanx




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Roger Tomfohrde

03-01-2013 19:41:27
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
You could belt drive a hydraulic pump with a B belt where a power steering pump would be mounted.



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Fixerupper

03-01-2013 19:15:02
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
I have a power steering pump running my shop press. I brazed a pipe fitting to the filler neck and connected a hose to a bigger reservoir. It puts our 1500 PSI which is ample for the size of my press but it runs a 4" cylinder very slow. Good enough for a press but terribly slow for a loader. If the loader was on the ground you could get off and have a cup of coffee before the loader would hit the top. Jim

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IH fan

03-01-2013 19:04:49
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
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It would have enough pressure, but not very much flow, so although it would probably lift okay, it would be slow.
What I did one time was take the "can reservoir" off and made an aluminum "manifold" with fittings and then used an extrernal reservoir. In my case, the pump can was held on by 3 bolts, so I could bolt the manifold back on in it's place. You could then use a larger tank to hold the volume needed to extend your cylinders. If you have a loader with the reservoir built into the frame, it would help.

The cylinder diameter on your loader will determine the speed also.

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Roy Prins

03-01-2013 15:40:16
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
10-4 on the nope-- it would have the pressure but not even close on the quanity



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old

03-01-2013 15:17:09
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
While some power steering pumps do put out 1500psi they do not have enough fluid holding to work much of a cylinder and they would also be slow. There are belt drive pumps that will work as would a PTO type pump



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Allan In NE

03-01-2013 14:29:40
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 Re: stupid hydraulic question in reply to scrappy38, 03-01-2013 14:00:52  
Nope, never happen. They "just" have enough humph to run the steering.

Allan



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