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Re: MF 135 - Hydraulic Hookup for Bush Hog Freeman 3000 Loader

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07-28-2013 08:35:05

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I appreciate the reply. The controls are mounted on the loader. The loader has hydraulic hoses running from it. I looked some more last night and it looks like maybe there is another hydraulic port on the other side of the plate from my current hose hooked up. It also looked like there might be a port up under the seat. Is any of that correct?


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07-28-2013 10:07:05

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 Re: MF 135 - Hydraulic Hookup for Bush Hog Freeman 3000 Loader in reply to slhilbert, 07-28-2013 08:35:05  
might be, or they might just be ports to return fluid, pressurized fluid comes from your pump right up to that plate with the 2 bolts, theres also a return port under that plate. start your machine and crack the other ports slightly and see if fluid comes out under pressure. How many hoses do you have coming off the loader?

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07-28-2013 10:11:49

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 Re: MF 135 - Hydraulic Hookup for Bush Hog Freeman 3000 Loader in reply to mike paulson, 07-28-2013 10:07:05  
Two hoses are coming from the loader, so I figured I need one pressurized and one return, so it seems like I might be covered.


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07-28-2013 12:23:52

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 Re: MF 135 - Hydraulic Hookup for Bush Hog Freeman 3000 Loader in reply to slhilbert, 07-28-2013 10:11:49  
Yes and as stick welder mentioned you need a selector valve which is bolted to that cover once removed, that switches pressure from your 3pt to your loader plumbing..almost forgot about that, its been a long time and spindle valves which bolt direct to the cover have that selector built in..but simply put, yes you need pressurized fluid going to your controller and you need a return line to send fluid back to the pump.

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