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Loader on a 7000

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RayT

04-12-2003 12:36:57




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I have a Ford 7000 tractor that I would like to put a loader on. It has 2 sets of hydrolics. I understand 1 is for normal use and the other is for a load monitor cylinder. Does the tractor have an outlet for attaching a loader or would I have to use the 1 normal outlet for the loader?

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Ray




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Ron Mc MO

04-14-2003 18:42:43




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 Re: Loader on a 7000 in reply to RayT, 04-12-2003 12:36:57  
Hi! I have a 7000 with a loader on it. It has three sets of outlets. Two will run a loader and the third set is for the load monitor, but it only has two levers. I don't think you can run a loader with the monitor outlet. But, I've had the tractor for over 30 years and have moved tons of hay and have not noticed the loader being slow. The 722 quick attach loader will work just fine. You did not say if your 7000 was a utility or high profile tractor. I have both, you can get a used factory dual outlet spool that will work fine. Good luck, Ron

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RayT

04-15-2003 09:49:32




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 Re: Re: Loader on a 7000 in reply to Ron Mc MO, 04-14-2003 18:42:43  
Thanks Ron for the info. My tractor is a high profile tractor. If I purchased the dual outlet spool, would I need a second control lever or is that included? Any suggestions on where to purchase a used dual outlet? Is the 722 loader a ford loader?

Thanks a million for the information. It is nice to have people who take the time to help others.



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Bern

04-12-2003 21:18:37




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 Re: Loader on a 7000 in reply to RayT, 04-12-2003 12:36:57  
Believe me when I say that you don't want to run a loader off of the tractor hydraulics. It will be slower than slow. Get a front engine mount or PTO driven pump to put on there.

If you insist on using the tractor hydraulics, use the "normal" outlet to power a separate control valve.



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RayT

04-13-2003 03:55:26




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 Re: Re: Loader on a 7000 in reply to Bern, 04-12-2003 21:18:37  
Do you recommend the additional pump because of the hydrolics on the 7000, or are all tractor hydrolics too slow for a loader?

Thanks,
Ray



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Bern

04-13-2003 09:18:14




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 Re: Re: Re: Loader on a 7000 in reply to RayT, 04-13-2003 03:55:26  
Most tractor hydraulics are too slow, but the 7000 is even worse than that. It puts out about 6 GPM, whereas most tractors of that size today put out closer to 15-20. 20-25 is desired for a decent loader speed, which of course will also be dictated by the size of the cylinders.



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