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Re: Charlyn pto hydraulic pump

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05-08-2013 23:09:21

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"it works a lot faster than the belly pump. Curious why/how it pumps so fast."

Short answer.,.. because it displaces more cubic inches of oil per revolution of the PTO shaft than the than the pathetic little OEM hydraulic pump!

If no one comes forward with a spare copy of the manual, there's on on fleabay, # 350738562172.

Or, see the rather awkward scan at the link below.

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05-09-2013 12:25:12

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 Re: Charlyn pto hydraulic pump in reply to Bob, 05-08-2013 23:09:21  
The fleabay item is gone now/bought?

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Mr. T. Minnesota

05-09-2013 13:26:24

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 Re: Charlyn pto hydraulic pump in reply to Charles H., 05-09-2013 12:25:12  
B and C,
A day late and a dollar short:) Thanks for the info on Ebay and just checked to find it gone(:
It works well except for the transfer of power from pto to pump shaft. What is the best part to get the power from pto to shaft? Tried a somewhat rigid method and welds broke in short order. Is there some sort of flex union that works on these? Any info is appreciated!
Mr. T. Minnesota

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