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Adding a hydraulic cylinder to my trip bucket ( AC

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01-22-2004 16:07:59

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Hello I would like to add a hydraulic cylinder to my AC,C with orginal Trip loader. Anyone out there ever done this? Any help would be great.


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Bob H nw Oh

01-23-2004 03:49:42

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 Re: Adding a hydraulic cylinder to my trip bucket in reply to Brian, 01-22-2004 16:07:59  
Brian,I added hydraulics to a WD45 loader,you need a couple cyls and 2 control valves,1 shut off valve,run hose from pump thru shutoff valve thru both control valves down to belly resivour,"sp",set first con valve for one way cyl the 2nd for 2 way cyl,HTH,Bob.

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01-22-2004 18:34:52

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 Re: Adding a hydraulic cylinder to my trip bucket in reply to Brian, 01-22-2004 16:07:59  
There are a number of ways to do that, first off you need a cylinder or 2 that are long enough to tip the bucket more the just down and a control valve also. If I where you I'd look at some other loaders and see how it was done on factory loaders and make something that looks like one of them. I'm going to be buliding a bucket and doing that also to one that some one cut down to a dozer blade on a cletrac crawler this spring

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Michael Soldan

01-22-2004 18:06:06

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 Re: Adding a hydraulic cylinder to my trip bucket in reply to Brian, 01-22-2004 16:07:59  
Brian, I have a Case 300 with hydraulic bucket and I bought a B250 with a trip loader a few years ago now. That trip loader is faster and I can load more manure with it that I can with the hydraulic. It snaps back into place quicker than the ram can put the bucket back. It will depend on what you want to use the bucket for but I thought I would share my experience with you for what its worth...good luck with your bucket..Mike in Exeter Ontario

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