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WD45 trip bucket still not working

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Mark Wells

08-15-2008 18:20:46




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My hydraulics were working great then I tried to add a front end loader. First I plumbed thru an extra hydraulic tank (stupid)then in to the t for the loader. Didnt work but rear arms worked. I disconnected all that then plumbed directly from remoted hydraulic arm in the back to the t for the loader. Now nothing works. I disconnected the hose to the loader and still no hydraulics. I filled up the hydraulic tank.
Help would be appreciated

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Mark Wells

08-18-2008 18:25:44




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Mark Wells, 08-15-2008 18:20:46  
Thanks To all. Texas Denny you were right as usual! I teed right off the left ram and it works perfect. Seems the valve on the auxilary ram is stuck but I will leave that for another day.



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JPSCNY

08-18-2008 09:14:45




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Mark Wells, 08-15-2008 18:20:46  
I am not sure if this applies to you.
Allis has high pressure, low volume hydraulic system.
the cylinders on your loader need to be made for this type of system (low volume)
if you have larger diameter cylinders you will run out of oil.



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Texas Denny

08-15-2008 20:04:06




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Mark Wells, 08-15-2008 18:20:46  
If you tee into any port that is connected to a lift cylinder, the loader will work but not until the lift ams are at their maximum height. It may have worked when you lift arms worked.



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Mark Wells

08-15-2008 20:12:06




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Texas Denny, 08-15-2008 20:04:06  
When I went back to check the tractor before I changed the plumbing the resoivoir was almost epmpty. I put 3/4 gallon hydr fluid in before I tried to run it. I also tried to run it just the rear lift arms, What should I check next?



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Texas Denny

08-16-2008 18:29:44




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Mark Wells, 08-15-2008 20:12:06  
Send me a couple of pictures of the way you have it plumbed now.



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Mark Wells

08-16-2008 18:47:12




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 Re: WD45 trip bucket still not working in reply to Texas Denny, 08-16-2008 18:29:44  
Thanks Texas Denny, I went out today and thank godness the hydraulics work still no front end. I will send pic tomorrow after I do what you said.
thanks again!



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