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Ford 3400 with 750 backhoe

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01-11-2016 18:35:25

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When i got tractor backhoe was off i need to know where exactly how to hook up all three hydraulic lines thanks in advance

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01-16-2016 04:29:32

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 Re: Ford 3400 with 750 backhoe in reply to kbmwlg1, 01-11-2016 18:35:25  
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Shaun Do you have a reversable seat for that 4500 ford that you will sell? I need one.

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01-12-2016 06:41:48

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 Re: Ford 3400 with 750 backhoe in reply to kbmwlg1, 01-11-2016 18:35:25  
It has one steel pipe on the bottom left of backhoe and one rite under deck on same side and one bigger line connected to right side of backhoe valve and lower pipe on the left bottom goes to right side of the valve on the bottom just below big hose and top left goes to the left side of the backhoe valve then on tractor i have pipe thread going into reservoir and steel pipe to pump and steel pipe to valve for loader ive hooked them up a couple of ways with no luck only being able to run only one piece per hose routing.also anyone know where to buy a front hydraulic pump center section thanks

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Sean in PA

01-12-2016 05:48:46

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 Re: Ford 3400 with 750 backhoe in reply to kbmwlg1, 01-11-2016 18:35:25  
Here's a link to the parts diagram for the hydraulic line kit for connecting a backhoe to a 3400 that already has a loader. This might help:

(19-403A) - KIT, HYD. LINE, BACKHOE TO 3400 W/730 LOADER (1/66-7/80)

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Shaun Wallace

01-11-2016 20:41:24

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 Re: Ford 3400 with 750 backhoe in reply to kbmwlg1, 01-11-2016 18:35:25  
The 2 smaller ones that maybe connected together go to fittings rite at edge of deck. Its late and have to go a ways to see where big one hooks at. I have a 4500 strung out with hoe and loader off plus split in two pieces.

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