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Help on a loader installation

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tedregentin

04-13-2014 06:41:47
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I am working on installing a loader on a Moline 445. I had fabricate brackets to mount and install the loader. I have never done much with hydraulics, so I have questions. The loader uses a pump that runs off the PTO. How does the pump attach to the PTO? There is a hole in the pump inlet shaft that it appears as though a pin would go through the PTO to hold the pump to the shaft. Would I drill a hole through the PTO itself. Also, there is a bracket that bolts to the pump, that would hold the pump in place. What is the best way to secure the pump? There is a rectangular tank that bolts to the loader frame. Am I correct in assuming this to be the flow pattern? Fluid flows out the bottom of the tank through the spin on filter to the pump, out the pump to the inlet side of the control valve assembly and then the exhaust side of the control valve assembly goes back in to the top of the reservoir. The loader is off a fence row 3020, no tags, and I got this thing already disassembled. Thanks for any replies. Ted

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showcrop

04-13-2014 18:09:20
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 Re: Help on a loader installation in reply to tedregentin, 04-13-2014 06:41:47  
You can chain that bracket to your lift arm. I used to have one and the bracket was long enough to just let it rest on one of the lift arms.



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DeltaRed

04-13-2014 07:15:19
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 Re: Help on a loader installation in reply to tedregentin, 04-13-2014 06:41:47  
Those pto pumps dont use holes.The 'tension' of the hoses will keep it on.As Gary says,mount it so the mounting chain will hold it in place.



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IaGary

04-13-2014 06:55:34
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 Re: Help on a loader installation in reply to tedregentin, 04-13-2014 06:41:47  
If your tractor pto has no hole thru it don"t try to drill one. Them pto shafts are hard.

Mount it in such a way that the mounts hold it onto the PTO. No hole needed then.

You are correct on your hydraulic hose mounting thoughts. Tank to filter, filter to in side on pump, out to valve, return to tank.

Gary

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