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Re: 2n fel

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01-14-2014 15:54:32

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As the others said, a stinger pump driven off the crankshaft.

Shaft pump goes right through the hand crank hole in the grill.

That gives you live hydraulics for the loader.

You do have to change the crank pulley for the pump to hook to,

and that requires detaching the front end and moving forward a bit.

I actually just detached the steering and radius rod on one side
and swung it around out of my way.

This one happens to be on my Jubilee. I also had one on a 9N, same idea.

You can make your own mounts or use a bumper like they did here.

Note the damaged dogleg, radiator and missing grill. Done before I owned it.

Some front end protection is a good idea too as on the 9N.

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kelly boy

01-15-2014 18:14:38

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 Re: 2n fel in reply to Royse, 01-14-2014 15:54:32  
That's what I'm talking about! thanks for the pics. where can I find that pump and shaft? Is it one of The Old Hokie's kits?

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Stick welding

01-14-2014 22:47:51

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 Re: 2n fel in reply to Royse, 01-14-2014 15:54:32  
Royse, you should change that clear braided suction line to a proper Hyd. suction line. I've never seen a clear hose rated for hydraulics/oil use.

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