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Farmal M hydralics

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David

09-14-2002 09:58:17




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Is there a way to convert an M's hydralics to work with a double action cylinder?

I have vagely heard about distributor drive pump, or live hydralics, but am not sure if it is what I'm looking for.

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Haas

09-14-2002 17:33:58




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 Re: Farmal M hydralics in reply to David, 09-14-2002 09:58:17  
If you want live hydraulics, you will have to add a pump that runs off the engine someplace, not off the transmission as the belly pump does. If you just want to work two way hydraulics with tbe belly pump and can tolerate not having them live, then you can pipe in a two way valve to the belly pump. What you do is connect one of the lift all pressure outlets to the supply connection on the valve. Then run the return from the valve either to the drain port of the lift all or to the fill port. Then you lock the lift all control rod in the lift postition so that it pumps fluid through the two way valve all the time. It does not matter that the lift all is pumping through the two way valve all the time, because the lift all pump cirulates fluid internally all the time that the clutch is engaged anyway.

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PatM - Try This!

09-14-2002 15:39:15




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 Re: Farmal M hydralics in reply to David, 09-14-2002 09:58:17  
third party image

This sits on top the lift filler neck, using the nipple that's already there.



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PatM

09-14-2002 15:12:07




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 Re: Farmal M hydralics in reply to David, 09-14-2002 09:58:17  
You can run the return to the Lift-All fiiler neck. here's a sketch I lifted from the Parts Manual, and edited.



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