Run a pressure test of the hydralics first.You could have a worn out pump(probably do).If pump is good,you can change the relief valve(under the right side of seat).should be at least 1450 psi.A second valve block can be added to the existing one.Then you will need the handle,etc.A valve bank from a 766 or....wont give any more pressure or volume.
Re: 756 hydraulics in reply to DeltaRed, 09-02-2013 20:00:35
Would the 766 parts get a better seat arrangement? Maybe a hydraulic suspension?
Don't really know pressure. I know it won't lift a 12' Hesston hay conditioner...a sickle machine, not a disc moco. We rigged up a deal using a 3x36" slave cylinder in the lift side of the circuit to get by, but need to do something more permanent.
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