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Re: 260 loader controller

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10-15-2013 10:23:22

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Come on Jim you know better. While the Waterloo does have a better transmission pump than the Dubuques of that era. The return oil from the loader should still flow into the rockshaft/Scv line and into the filter side of the trans pump circuit. Or into a ported filter cover.

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10-15-2013 10:35:41

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 Re: 260 loader controller in reply to buickanddeere, 10-15-2013 10:23:22  
Come on Glen

I know 30/40/50 & 55 series JD rowcrop tractors have a trans pump that runs non-stop(as long as engine is running) unlike the 10 & 20 series RC tractors(except for PS trans) and returning oil from a FEL valve to ported filter cover IS NOT REQUIRED for excellent FEL operation. Operating a FEL on a rowcrop tractor doesn't require the same flow of hyd oil as operating a backhoe. This is one reason Waterloo tractor hyd's ('73-'93) are far superior to the Dubuque/Mannheim tractors hyd systems of same era.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 10:57:59 10/15/13.

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