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Fordson Power Major Hydraulics

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T.R. Dickinson

11-02-2013 17:16:52
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Will a aux. hydraulic pump from a ford thousand series tractor work a fordson power major? Thanks for any help.




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Robert Major

11-05-2013 21:07:45
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 Re: Fordson Power Major Hydraulics in reply to T.R. Dickinson, 11-02-2013 17:16:52  
Hi

it depends what you mean. if you are wanting to replace the power major internal pump, with a later 000 series,65 on then no it wont fit. They are completely different systems. even a pump from a 60 to 64 super or 5000 as the last ones where called in the U.S.A/Canada, has different ports and plumbing so won't work, without a whole lot of messing around.
I've never converted one of those over either, so not sure if it would work at all even . If you are meaning a crankshaft driven external pump for a loader. I would guess possibly with time, money, and a machine shop you can do anything and convert it to work.

Whats the reason you need to do this?
Regards Robert
This post was edited by Robert Major at 21:12:50 11/05/13.

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