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Auxiliary hydraulics for 3400

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85burbanator

12-31-2017 18:57:48




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I know they have the kits that mount under the seat to add smaller hydraulics ran off the tractor pump. My book is buried but what psi do those run at? My loader fell off is blocks and sank in the ground during a wet month while the tractor was in the garage getting work done. It's now frozen in the ground and buried in snow. My jd 750 won't lift it with a boom on the 3pt and my buddies skid steer is tied up with snow removal until the season ends.
I'm thinking of fabbing up a truck plow to the front but complete ones are expensive this time of year. I got a line on an older blade with trip springs and lower carrI age but no pump/controlls. How hard would it be to plumb some lines for mark and ad a cylinder to lift/lower and tie in the angle culimders? May just add a winch and drill some holes to manually angle the blade, that's the cheapest and easiest route

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85burbanator

01-01-2018 11:04:04




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 Re: Auxiliary hydraulics for 3400 in reply to 85burbanator, 12-31-2017 18:57:48  
Thank you for the response. I decided to pass and hold out for a complete unit. Should be plenty getting unloaded after the season ends for fair prices.



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Sean in PA

01-01-2018 07:24:37




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 Re: Auxiliary hydraulics for 3400 in reply to 85burbanator, 12-31-2017 18:57:48  
The pump itself should have made close to 3000 psi when new. The relief valve in the 3 point circuit should be set to around 2000 to 2200 psi.



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85burbanator

12-31-2017 18:59:47




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 Re: Auxiliary hydraulics for 3400 in reply to 85burbanator, 12-31-2017 18:57:48  
Edit: I meant to say, plumb some lines to the front and add a lift cylinder. Dang phone changes the right words and keeps the wrong ones



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