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830 Hydraulics

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Mark Kirby

03-25-2006 21:10:37




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I just purchased a 830CK and installed an old front loader. I am unsure of how to hook up the hydraulics to the loader. The loader has 2 single cylinders for the lift and a double acting cylinder for the bucket. The old loader came with a gresen control vale w/2 levers and 4 ports on the top of the controler. The hoses for the lift are teed together, and the third leg of the tee goes to one side of the control valve and the other port on the control is capped off. The double acting cylinder has 2 hoses and they are attached to the other 2 ports on the control. The control has a inlet and an outlet. The case 830 has 4 quick couplers. I would appreciate any advice. If you respond please make it basic as this is the first time I have worked on a tractor.

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Grumpy

03-26-2006 05:27:36




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 Re: 830 Hydraulics in reply to Mark Kirby, 03-25-2006 21:10:37  
Follow remote hoses up to the valve. the bottom two outlets are a pair and the top two are a pair.Hook your inlet and oulet hoses to pair of couplers and tie the lever and your loader should work fine. Stan



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Mark Kirby

03-26-2006 08:56:17




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 Re: 830 Hydraulics in reply to Grumpy, 03-26-2006 05:27:36  

Stan, Thanks, Hooked it up like you said and it does work fine. I,m not sure what I was doing last night but everything was irratic. Spent a long day yesterday draining hydraulic oil and rebuilding cylinders. Have a couple of leaky fittings that I will fix today. I was very surprised at the price of hydraulic oil...$172. for 17 gal, ouch! That was for HTP-1...Is that what I should expect to pay or is there a more economical oil that will do the same job?
Thanks again,
Mark

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