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FWIW, the only thing "Case" on your tractor is the decals, It is a David Brown( not that that is a bad thing).
I don't know anything about the implement you are talking about... My humble opinion, 9-15 GPM at 2000 PSI isn't going deliver enough power to mow much(theoretical 10-17 HP). The oil may in fact get hot with continuous use as the tractor doesn't have an oil cooler.
there is a return port like you would need, standing behind the tractor, it is in in line with the left 3 point arm, generally over the axle. Should be 3/4-16"(1/2" O-ring) thread if memory serves, probably will take a 1 1/8" wrench.
If you have one of the pipe plug type fills that would be fine also. I would not use the fill port if you have one the plastic fill cap.
If you have the tandem pump, and it is in perfect condition, and your suction screen is spotlessly clean you might make 15GPM at max revs. 12 is more realistic.
A single pump will male 7-8 GPM if healthy.
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