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Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080

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marlin54

08-01-2020 20:34:30




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Looking for a front mounted pump that came on a AC 6060 and 6080




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Jim.ME

08-06-2020 06:28:57




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to marlin54, 08-01-2020 20:34:30  
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A pump doesn't have to be mounted to the front bolster and driven from the crank pulley. Like some others, the 6000 series pump is engine driven off the timing gear train and engine mounted, not like your 615 pump drive and mounting arrangement, that's why it is different than your pump.
Picture borrowed from the internet.

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Jim.ME

08-02-2020 08:04:12




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to marlin54, 08-01-2020 20:34:30  
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Ok. The 6000 pumps I was looking use a splined gear drive adapter off the engine, not coupled to a shaft driven from the crank like yours.

Maine Tractor Crossing's website shows a used pump for a 6060 AC. You could check that one out if you want. He may or may not still have it.



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marlin54

08-06-2020 05:50:11




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to Jim.ME, 08-02-2020 08:04:12  
So if its not coupled to a shaft then how is it driven? and how would it be mounted and driven? it has to be mounted to the front of the bolster unless it somehow is bolted behind the bolster and with brackets directly bolted to the crank pulley?



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marlin54

08-02-2020 10:10:49




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to Jim.ME, 08-02-2020 08:04:12  
thanks Im going to call them it looks alot like what I have , different drive and fittings are 90 degrees but mine should work in it. the GPM is a little different but I would think that is ok.



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Jim.ME

08-02-2020 05:22:34




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to marlin54, 08-01-2020 20:34:30  
You said your current pump has a 7/8" keyed driven shaft. You are trying to avoid getting a new 1" shaft because you don't want to bore out the coupling half to 1". Looking in parts books it doesn't appear any of the 6000 series hard parts are directly interchangeable with the 615 pump parts. How is a pump from a 6000 series, which also has a splined driven shaft as Dr Allis posted, going to help you?

If your hydraulic guy can get all the other parts your pump needs, it would seem quicker and easier to go with the 1" shaft and bore the coupling, to keep your current pump. You will know what you have and that it fits, rather than dealing with another used pump that may have issues and fit up differently. JMHO

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marlin54

08-02-2020 07:23:24




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 Re: Wanted front hyd pump off of a AC 6060 or 6080 in reply to Jim.ME, 08-02-2020 05:22:34  
Im not sure what you were referring to but my Webster dealer said my pump someone aluminum welded one of the sections and then tried machining it and it had air bubbles in the weld and machine surfaces did not fit perfect causing a small drip and the gear set really should be replaced also and the surface on the 7'8 shaft wear the front seal fits had pits. he said he has the seal kit in stock and it searching for whatever parts he can. . so yes I would rather buy a good used pump which is probably going to have a 1" splined drive and the change the pump 1/2 of the drive to whatever it is, probably splined. Whoever I get the pump from should be able to also give me the 1/2 coupler that came with the pump also.Other wise someone did say that there were some Case 580D,s that came with a Webster pump with a dual pump. so Im looking at that possibility too. and the other alternative is a single pump that has the lower of the 2 attachments pressure , which is the backhoe around 8.5 gpm I was told and then just use a single pump , and tee a pressure relief in the pressure line leaving the pump back to supply tank and use a manual priority valve mounted in operators station to go back and forth to use backhoe and loader.

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