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WD45 lift arms raise before loader

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Tom Polacek

09-02-2009 10:48:00




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My uncle has a WD45 with a loader on it. He says that the lift arms have to come all the way to the top before the loader will raise. Is there any way to adjust this to feed the loader first or better yet, not raise the lift arms at all?

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steve(ill)

09-02-2009 15:58:55




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 Re: WD45 lift arms raise before loader in reply to Tom Polacek, 09-02-2009 10:48:00  
we use to raise the arms up, then had a chain with a S clip to hold one up so it would not settle. ran that way forever.



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Tom Polacek

09-02-2009 13:20:59




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 Re: WD45 lift arms raise before loader in reply to Tom Polacek, 09-02-2009 10:48:00  
Would a transport valve help in this situation? I'm not sure if it has one.



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JMS/.MN

09-02-2009 13:05:12




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 Re: WD45 lift arms raise before loader in reply to Tom Polacek, 09-02-2009 10:48:00  
Really not much of an issue. No, you cannot tie them down, but you could tie them up. They get pressure first, before the remote valve. Once raised, and using the loader, they pretty much stay there on their own as long as you are using the loader continuously. You could put a shutoff valve in each line to the cylinders, but really ot an issue.



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Jerry Coulter

09-02-2009 11:03:40




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 Re: WD45 lift arms raise before loader in reply to Tom Polacek, 09-02-2009 10:48:00  
The pressurized oil will take the path of least resistance. Since the lift arms are lighter than the loader, they take the oil first. Only thing you could do is tie the arms down or take loose their hoses and plug their ports. Or maybe you could plumb some gate valves into the lift arm lines.



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gatz

09-02-2009 11:51:29




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 Re: WD45 lift arms raise before loader in reply to Jerry Coulter, 09-02-2009 11:03:40  
you could tie the arms UP, or remove them if they're in the way, but keep the shaft in the "raised" position.

or you could plumb in a selctor valve; but finding one that would be rated for 3500 or more might be a problem.



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