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WD loader trip to hydraulic

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Quinnford

09-13-2020 09:27:32




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Hi I have a wd with front loader and it has a trip bucket. I was given a loader off of and Oliver 550 that has hydraulic tilt. Is it possible to pull off the hydraulic cylinder ,controls ,brackets etc and mount them to mine turn it into a tilt instead of trip? I do not know much about hydraulics so any help would be greatly appreciated. Oliver loader has external controls two levers, lines the ram and mounting bracket. Mounting isn't an issue I'll weld something up and make it work I just don't know how I would connect into the pump.

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Jhncp

09-14-2020 16:27:38




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 Re: WD loader trip to hydraulic in reply to Quinnford, 09-13-2020 09:27:32  
Here are some pictures of what I did on a Farmall m to use tilt bucket using just the original belly pump. I added a factory double acting add on valve as well as another splitter block. It was pretty complicated and hard to figure out.



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Jhncp

09-14-2020 16:29:24




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 Re: WD loader trip to hydraulic in reply to Jhncp, 09-14-2020 16:27:38  

2 pic



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big orange

09-13-2020 13:43:36




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 Re: WD loader trip to hydraulic in reply to Quinnford, 09-13-2020 09:27:32  
You could put a crankshaft driven front pump on the WD.We did that on a WD45 and had a full hydraulic loader on it.



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willie in mn

09-13-2020 19:31:27




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 Re: WD loader trip to hydraulic in reply to big orange, 09-13-2020 13:43:36  
Had a live pump on my WD. Don't remember if it was a Char Lynn or M&W. Fits on the back side of the governor, then put the distributer on rear of pump..

Willie



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DrAllis

09-13-2020 11:11:27




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 Re: WD loader trip to hydraulic in reply to Quinnford, 09-13-2020 09:27:32  
It will work, but very slow. The WD hyd pump is only 4 GPM, where the Oliver I'd guess is 8 GPM or more. The WD pump is set at 3000+ psi, so the Oliver valve should have a relief valve built into it reducing that to 2,000 psi, so that is good. Slow speed will be your issue.



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