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Re: Hydrolic lift power on a 52 WD

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Dave Grubb

09-09-2002 08:48:44

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If you have a remote outlet you can adapt a gage to the outlet and read the systems pressure. If you do not have a remote outlet you can plumb a gage into the plugged port on top of the hydraulic pump body just foreward of the hold valve. This is where the traction booster gage was connected. You must use a gage with a 0-4000 psi or 0-5000 psi range. The system should develope around 3500-3900 psi. A lot of times a weak system is due to broken springs on the pump pistons. The pump removal and springs replacement is fairly easy, just follow the manual.

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09-09-2002 11:56:37

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 Re: Re: Hydrolic lift power on a 52 WD in reply to Dave Grubb, 09-09-2002 08:48:44  
Dave, Thanks for the good information. Where is a good source for a gague like the one you describe? I'd like to buy one so I know exactly what it's doing. Thanks Brian

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Dave Grubb

09-09-2002 13:42:20

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 Re: Re: Re: Hydrolic lift power on a 52 WD in reply to BJ, 09-09-2002 11:56:37  
I use mcmaster.com a lot. They are reasonable and quick. You can also get a gage that will work from northern.com or northerntools.com, can't recall which address is correct. They are the old Northern Hydraulics folks.

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