Yes - I do it all the time using a simple flow divider. But remember that you have to balance the flow IN with an equal flow OUT. The easiest way to do that is to use the internal reservoir on the tractor for the external pump and ditch the one inside the loader. TOH
Re: Live hydraulics off loader pump? in reply to TheOldHokie, 10-18-2013 04:42:14
By putting on a flow divider would that also regulate the flow to the loader. I remember That loaders that used tractor hydraulics were painfully slow. Can I still get a quick response loader and have live hydraulics?
Re: Live hydraulics off loader pump? in reply to Kirk-NJ, 10-18-2013 06:25:09
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Full pump output goes to loader valve , OUT/RTN from loader valve goes to flow divider, 2 GPM from divider goes to test port and excess goes back to sump return. The loader works just like it always did.
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