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Pto driven pump

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09-09-2012 02:28:46

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Is there any reason I can't charge a Pto pump with pressure from the tractor hydraulic pump or would I blow the pump seals? my muir hill only flows 6 gpm so I was thinking I'd use that oil to feed the Pto pump Any ideas ?
Thanks Shaun.

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09-09-2012 04:58:55

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 Re: Pto driven pump in reply to 4020deereboy, 09-09-2012 02:28:46  
I wouldn't. Even the smallest pto pump Prince makes flows more that 6gpm, so your going to need more supply. Also most need a minimum of 1-1/4" suction line. There is also the possibility of ruining the pto pump if pressure is applied to the suction side. Rule of thumb is they require at minimum a resevoir the same size as your pump flows, 25 gallon tank for a pump that flows 25gpm.

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09-11-2012 00:40:38

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 Re: Pto driven pump in reply to rufus80, 09-09-2012 04:58:55  
Thanks for the reply I was just wondering if it would work I'm still thinking of using the tractor resivoir to supply the pump but I dont think it will work because they oil would have to go up hill to get to the pump.

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09-11-2012 09:56:33

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 Re: Pto driven pump in reply to 4020deereboy, 09-11-2012 00:40:38  
Save your self a lot of headaches and just buy a take.

You can also make one from a 5 gallon tank real cheep. plumming into the tractor is a pain in the A---. and you could screw up something.

Metal shavings don't mix well in hyd/trans fluid that lubs the trans and hydraulics

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