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Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection

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Rayte20

11-12-2011 13:18:27
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I have recently bought a front loader for my fergie. I have fitted all the steelwork and only have to connect the hyrdraulics to finish. Sounds easy eh! - but I am confused about how to connect to the hydraulic system.

I have tried to upload a picture that shows somekind supply tap for the front loader rams. The left and right pipes of this tap seem to feed the hydraulic rams. I am assuming that the thread at 6 o'clock is the main supply for the hydraulics. If this is correct then where do I find the external feed on the gearbox?

Any help would be much appreciated, cheers, ray

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James of Stark

12-11-2011 08:24:22
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
Could you send me the pics as well? I thought I had to fasion a pump to the front to get hydraulics!

jimk_123@yahoo.com



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Rayte20

11-14-2011 12:26:22
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to 2tractors, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
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Thanks for this Jon - not sure why the pics have bounced back.

Here a two email addresses to try

ray@turningtides.org.uk

ray_b001@hotmail.com

Hopefully one of these will work

Cheers, ray



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JONATHAN CORBETT

11-13-2011 17:19:09
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
sorry ray,ur email address coming up invalid.i sent pics,but they came back.



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John(UK)

11-13-2011 06:32:35
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  

The feed to the tap goes to the middle connector and the cylinders are attached, one to each of the other connections. The Feed from the Hydraulics is taken (usually) from the front right connector on the Pump right underneath below the seat. Be careful when tightening the adapter into the Pump or it will damage the threads, use a good fitting sealing washer on this adapter. You will need to prevent the Lower hydraulic links from rising or the Pump will shut off. Use some heavy Draw-bar Stays but do not attach them to the Draft Spring and always lower the Lever when you reach the height you want, do not leave the Lever at the top or it will keep discharging the Safety Valve. When you get to the height you want, move the Lever forward until it neither lifts nor lowers, you should use the Lever stop set to the front of the Lever and you can return the Lever to the HOLD position each time without looking. If you need it in more detail, just email...John....fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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Rayte20

11-13-2011 03:16:47
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Bruce(OR), 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
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Many thanks Jon,

My email is ray@turningtides.org.uk, ray



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jon corbett

11-12-2011 19:05:17
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
my loader runs off the 3pt hydralics,a hose is run from under the rear end.the system uses a diverter valve,along with a t-bar in place to keep the 3pt pump running,send me a email address,i'll send u pics



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Michael QLD OZ

11-12-2011 18:48:50
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
On my front loader on a ted 20 the blank on the dipstick plate is the return line for fluid flowing from the rams through the contol valve back to the oil supply.
My pressure supply is from the top front right of the gearbox, directly below the seat. But when I use this I must first chain down the 3 point link arms and raise the control lever for the 3 point link to it's top most point.



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Mike Groom

11-12-2011 16:25:58
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
I think what you're looking at on top of the trans. is a remote for the rear of the tractor,unless the Fergie is different from the Fords it should run the loader of of a front pump on the end of the crankshaft.There should be a mounting bracket and pump in front of the radiator.Unless a pressure line goes from there to the loader controls?



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Rayte20

11-12-2011 13:21:27
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Richard L, 11-12-2011 13:18:27  
I wondered whether the hydraulic feed could be the blank which is located on the dipstick housing?
This post was edited by Rayte20 at 13:23:31 11/12/11.



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joncorbett

11-13-2011 16:35:11
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 Re: Front loader - hydraulic pipe connection in reply to Rayte20, 11-12-2011 13:21:27  
pictures on way,and hydralic feed (port) on other side of tractor below pto lever.



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