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Allis 180 post driver installation

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OldAllis

03-25-2020 16:00:59




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I am installing a post driver on my 180 and need to know where to tie the return line back in to the tractor.

Is there a special part that would allow for an easy return line tie in?

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.




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OldAllis

03-27-2020 06:05:49




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 Re: Allis 180 post driver installation in reply to OldAllis, 03-25-2020 16:00:59  
Thanks for your input, I'll be dumping it back in through the dipstick like you said.
Thanks again...



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DrAllis

03-26-2020 20:44:09




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 Re: Allis 180 post driver installation in reply to OldAllis, 03-25-2020 16:00:59  
There is so much oil coming back thru that line it might possibly blow the filter off the tractor. You decide and deal with the consequences.



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DrAllis

03-26-2020 05:27:15




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 Re: Allis 180 post driver installation in reply to OldAllis, 03-25-2020 16:00:59  
I have been told the best way is to remove the hydraulic fill dipstick and dump oil back in there. because this is only a temporary attachment to the tractor, this would be acceptable. Wrap a rag around the area to keep any dirt out. The compartment has to be able to breathe, so it cannot be air-tight.



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OldAllis

03-26-2020 19:51:31




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 Re: Allis 180 post driver installation in reply to DrAllis, 03-26-2020 05:27:15  
Ok Thanks, that is what I was thinking.
If I was to make a more permanent tie in, where would the best place be to do that?
I thought I could either tie in to the main return line to the pump or tie in to the return line behind the filter. I thought tying in behind the filter would be the best route since all the fluid coming out of the driver would be filtered before it went back in to the system.

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DrAllis

03-26-2020 05:27:15




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 Re: Allis 180 post driver installation in reply to OldAllis, 03-25-2020 16:00:59  
I have been told the best way is to remove the hydraulic fill dipstick and dump oil back in there. because this is only a temporary attachment to the tractor, this would be acceptable. Wrap a rag around the area to keep any dirt out. The compartment has to be able to breathe, so it cannot be air-tight.



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