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Gene Petermann

04-26-1999 15:58:16




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will the hydraulic's on my WD handle a front end loader or do I need a PTO pump




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William Powell

04-27-1999 08:15:38




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 Re: hydraulic's in reply to Gene Petermann, 04-26-1999 15:58:16  
I have a front end loader on my WD. It works fine
with the factory pump. Allis Chalmers made their own loader. Their is a picture of a stock loader
at: http://www.adeptr.com/wd.htm
It's amazing what it will lift. Remember, the WD
has a 3000 PSI hydraulic system.



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RMD

04-27-1999 07:10:31




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 Re: hydraulic's in reply to Gene Petermann, 04-26-1999 15:58:16  
I've seen trip bucket manure loaders on a CA which used the tractor hydraulic pump (the CA pump is very similar to the WD pump), but there are a lot of limitations: (1) the tractor pump will only work one-way rams; (2) a supplemental hydraulic/transmission oil reservior is required so you don't leave the transmission dry when you pump a lot of oil into the loader rams; (3) the WD is a high pressure low volume system where as most current hydraulic systems are lower pressure high volume (the WD hydraulic pressures can be as much as twice that for other tractors); and (4)with a selector valve, the tractor hydraulic pump can work the loader or the hitch arms, but not both at once.

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