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installing loader on 885 case david brown

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01-01-2007 07:35:12

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I will be installing a greate bend 330 loader on a 885 case david brown tractor having to make mounts not avable from dealer. I need help on where to tap into pump pressure I thought of making new cover for double-acting take-off valve please advise thanks Steve

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01-01-2007 15:24:11

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 Re: installing loader on 885 case david brown in reply to johns1, 01-01-2007 07:35:12  
Tapping is already on the tractor on the 4 way selector valve on the left side of the seat. Pipe in to eather Ext1 or Ext2 port and shift the black knob to 1 or 2 and move the selectamatic valve to TCU/Ext and clip the lift lever back to Select, the clip may be there, it was an option. Return oil must go back through the return port on the back axle as even though the tractor is old, David Browns have had pressure lubricated gearboxes since 1939 and you will by-pass the trans lube if you return the oil through the filler plug. If you want live supply to your loader valve then you use a pressure beyond plate on the right side of the seat on top of the remote valve if fitted.

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01-01-2007 12:57:26

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 Re: installing loader on 885 case david brown in reply to johns1, 01-01-2007 07:35:12  
Try www.davidbrowntractortips.com He has what you need.It's called a power beyond plate I think.

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