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Re: G -- HOW DOES HYDRAULIC LIFT WORK ?

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Patrick

09-28-2002 18:12:55




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Don, I think you have a major problem. The belt pulley puts the power to the hydraulic system. No belt pulley, no hydraulics. Are you sure that you have no pulley or PTO? Is there a big plate bolted over where the pulley gears are located?




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Don LC

09-29-2002 06:00:17




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 Re: Re: G -- HOW DOES HYDRAULIC LIFT WORK ? in reply to Patrick, 09-28-2002 18:12:55  
Yes a plate bolted where the pully would go....



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Patrick

09-30-2002 04:41:34




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 Re: Re: Re: G -- HOW DOES HYDRAULIC LIFT WORK ? in reply to Don LC, 09-29-2002 06:00:17  
Maybe you could find a pulley somewhere. It should not be too expensive as I imagine most Gs already have a pulley. Maybe you could find one at a salvage yard.



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