Posted by Zachary Hoyt on January 31, 2013 at 15:38:59 from (18.104.22.168):
I bought this Davis MF 101 102 loader in 2008 and put it on this tractor using the hoses that were on the loader and the internal pump output on the side of the tractor under the seat. I mounted the valve on a plate so that I could run the return from the valve back into the transmission sump. That worked okay but it has tended to leak a bit at the top of the plate and the valves both leak too as can be seen in the photo. I have gotten a lot of good use out of the loader and I think it is time to fix it up a bit better. I have an old front mounted pump that I bought a couple of years ago and would like to use if I can find all of the parts to connect it to the crankshaft. I think it may fit an SAE A mount but I will need to measure. I am wondering if anyone knows what the GPM of this pump may be so I can get a suitable spool valve, or where I could find the shaft and whatever other bits may be needed to hook it up. I am also wondering if anyone knows what the capacity of the reservoir in the loader subframe may be. Any advice will be very much appreciated. Zach
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