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Re: Please Help, adding live hydraulic pump to a Super W6


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Posted by Redturbo on December 31, 2012 at 22:03:06 from (66.112.187.143):

In Reply to: Please Help, adding live hydraulic pump to a Super W6 posted by Redturbo on December 26, 2012 at 22:18:14:

Changed up a few things today. Moved the oil filter to the inlet side of the tank, raised the 6". Got rid of the hy-tran, only reason used it. Had some left over from 560 oil change. Hy-tran is like snot in the winter. Put in everyday hyd oil, nice & thin. Its only going to run the ram on the blade ever. Upgraded the pump also, went from 12 to 20. The 12 needs 4000rpm to make 12. Since this engine is lucky to get 1400, the 20gpm max input is 2200rpm with pressure of 2000psi. Made up new suction line, changed some fittings. Poured oil in, rev for couple mins to get rid of air. Then reved up engine. Old man was beside tractor. He jump when the blade moved. Laughed to myself, blade has never moved this fast in its life time. P/auto also sells a different seal to convert this pump into a motor. Im not going to reverse the pump, but like the idea of a seal with a back washer. For the heck of it I put it in. Then replaced the spool valve, another just incase. Plowed snow down the drive way, no leaks so far. Really impressed with the response of hyd's & speed. Hopefully its fixed for awhile. Found punp flow calcuations, its going to do 13.75gpm. Image this in perfect world settings. I have no idea if old engine is doing max rpm anymore, if my lines are the rights side, etc.

This post was edited by Redturbo at 22:28:22 12/31/12.



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