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WD45 hydraulics and three point conversion

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Chuck Luedtke

08-22-2003 08:28:47




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The Wd45 has only one hydraulic connection on the back of the tractor. Is there a way that you can either switch around the hydraulics on the tractor to get two connections or changing the ram connections on the implement that has a two hydraulic lines so that you can use implements with two hydraulic lines. My dad still has a bunch of equipment around for the having but I can't use it the way everything is set up right now. Also, three are three point conversions that hookup to the snap couplers and lifting rams. Some people say that you have to buy the right conversion kit or the traction booster system won't work anymore. If this is true, where can one get the "good" conversion kits and how much do they cost roughly.

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Tim(OK)

08-23-2003 22:11:31




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 Re: WD45 hydraulics and three point conversion in reply to Chuck Luedtke, 08-22-2003 08:28:47  
Chuck, in answer to your question can a 2 way be plumbed into allis hydr system? Yes But pump is a high preasure low volume system so draw back is it will be slower(useable but slow)My 45 has a 2 way loader plumbed by use of a deverter valve,seprate loader valves and return plumbed into drain plug of hydro system.It also has 3 point with drawbar attached to snapcoupler.I am unsure what brand it is. I could take some detailed photos and maybe someone could enlighten me to its make. This system does everything I need it to,brushhog ,run baler, run sickle mower and rake and pull hayrack and wagon. HTH .Tim from the Rockin TJC

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Sid

08-23-2003 18:05:09




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 Re: WD45 hydraulics and three point conversion in reply to Chuck Luedtke, 08-22-2003 08:28:47  
I hope I can help some. I know of one WD45 that the owner mounted an uaxillary pump to run off of fan belt and he was able to use a two way cylinder I do not know if you can plumb orignal system to handle two way cylinder or not. I have a three point adapter that I have to drop my drawbar to put it on. I do not like it. I have seen a homemade set up that leaves the draw bar on. I saw posted one time a three point for WD45 that leaves the drawbar on. If I were to get one I would get this type. I can not remember the name but I think it is Worksaver.

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