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#45 Loader hydro hook up.

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05-06-2003 12:50:39

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Hi all. (again!!!) I had another question about the #45 loader I'm getting this weekend. How do you hook the single acting cylinders to the power-trol unit? I would assume you just hook the hose to the cylinders to the "L" port on the power-trol unit and leave the dummy plug in the other hole. I assume I'm going to have to have an external gravity fed oil resevoir plumbed into the power-trol fill as I don't hardly think that the oil capacity is enough. What does everyone think?

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05-07-2003 07:22:39

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 Re: #45 Loader hydro hook up. in reply to Rick, 05-06-2003 12:50:39  
I needed to have the cylinders on my #45 loader rebuilt anyway, so I had them add the second set on hoses. Loader came off my Dad's 1950 "A". I've got in on my 1955 "50" now (with live hydralics). The dual active cylinders elimiates the need for extra oil reserve. As soon as the 1956 "60" is out of the shop, it's going on it. Power steering !!

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05-06-2003 13:37:35

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 Re: #45 Loader hydro hook up. in reply to Rick, 05-06-2003 12:50:39  

You can operate those cylinders as double acting cylinders by attaching pressure to the mounted ends of the cylinders and return oil at the extending end. This will keep you from having to use a reservoir. This is what I do.

Does your '45 'B' have PowR-Trol or PowR-Lift ? PowR-Trol already accomodates external cylinder hook-up while some mods will need to be made to a PowR-Lift to use a remote cylinder(s).

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