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corelokt

01-02-2018 00:47:14




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I see a block on eBay to tap into the hydraulics for a loader. Is that the right way to do it on a 1974 3000?




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JMOR

01-02-2018 07:32:11




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 Re: Add hydraulics in reply to corelokt, 01-02-2018 00:47:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see"painfully slow" fits.



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Eman85

01-02-2018 07:20:34




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 Re: Add hydraulics in reply to corelokt, 01-02-2018 00:47:14  
I have one of those aluminum blocks on my 2600. It works my loader and log splitter just fine. Whatever you hook to it must have a valve so it circulates fluid when you're not operating it. If you disconnect the implement you have to loop the hoses together so your lift will work. I believe the block with a lever on it, more expensive, would eliminate the looping of the hoses.



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Kirk-NJ

01-02-2018 01:03:51




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 Re: Add hydraulics in reply to corelokt, 01-02-2018 00:47:14  
I had a loader on my 640 ran off top cover hydraulics. It worked but was painfully slow. Better to add a front pump.

Kirk



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