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Re: Black Friday Special - 703 Loader Purchase - Advice??

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Brian in MA

11-26-2012 09:39:48

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To answer your question, the HV4902 kit only has the pressure and Power Beyond ports, the return line from the valve would need to be plumbed to the tractor sump. The HV5902 plate has all three connections on the plate, so no need for custom plumbing of the return line to the sump.

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11-26-2012 11:53:23

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 Re: Black Friday Special - 703 Loader Purchase - Advice?? in reply to Brian in MA, 11-26-2012 09:39:48  
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Thank you, I knew someone here would know the answer.

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12-04-2012 07:54:43

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 Re: Black Friday Special - 703 Loader Purchase - Advice?? in reply to MO8N4ME, 11-26-2012 11:53:23  
Well, I found a Tisco Front Pump on Ebay for $49 and the attaching adaptors and shaft that mounts on the crankshaft pulley for $89. So I am going to go the route you all suggested is the better way.

Also I pulled the old vane pump off of the loader, and the loader still had a couple of gallons of fluid in it and the fluid was clean and transparent. So I have to fabricate rear brackets and paint her-up. My total investment on the loader will be right at $400.

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