Posted by IH fan on November 10, 2012 at 17:41:58 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: M Hydraulics posted by mkirsch on November 09, 2012 at 05:52:05:
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No, I don't. However, mine is a part of the loader frame that wraps around the front of the tractor. I don't recall for sure, but doesn't the M crank come out the front at a slight angle? it may not work to do it the way mine is because mine comes straight out the front from the center of the engine crankshaft.
Maybe someone with a more intimate knowledge of the M can chime in about how a pump could be crankshaft driven on them. Belt may be your only choice other than a late SM, 400, 450 pump set-up. There are flex couplings that will handle a slight angle drive, but I do not know how much of an angle they handle or how much of an angle the M crank is.
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