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D 19 Live hydraulic pump

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Jeff NWOh

01-14-2008 10:13:34




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Anyone have a pump Brand/ Model# or a size/GPM rating for an engine mount pump to fit my D 19? Not trying to run a loader or anything. Just tired of messing with the original and would like to be able to use the hydrulics without having to take tractor out of gear and letting the clutch out. Obviously they drive from the front of the engine, but what sort of flex coupler do they use? Spline, love joy? Doesn't look to be much room in there on the pump end. Long shaft pump with the coupler at the engine? Anyone got any pictures? Thanks. Jeff.

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Jack a

01-16-2008 04:15:50




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 Re: D 19 Live hydraulic pump in reply to Jeff NWOh, 01-14-2008 10:13:34  
I agree that an engine mounted pump would be much better but on my D19 with it's original hydraulics I don't have to take the tractor out of gear and then let the clutch out in order for the hydraulics to work. They just don't work with the clutch pushed in. If I have to stop the tractor and still be able to use the hydraulics I use the hand clutch to stop and go. My only real issue is the capacity but then I usually use the 190.

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duane4248

01-15-2008 11:36:37




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 Re: D 19 Live hydraulic pump in reply to Jeff NWOh, 01-14-2008 10:13:34  
jeff i think i have what you want



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duane4248

01-15-2008 13:30:23




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 Re: D 19 Live hydraulic pump in reply to duane4248, 01-15-2008 11:36:37  
jeff i think i have what you want give me a call (618)3728248 . i just removed one from my tractor



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