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6610 gpm at the outlets?

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wlf89

03-21-2018 10:44:55




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how many gpm does a ford 6610 type II put out at the outlets? it has the engine mounted aux pump. i have heard people say can tie both pumps together to use with a loader, which i plan on adding one later.




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sunbeam

03-23-2018 19:43:00




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 10:44:55  
Tractor data shows 9.7 gpm for a 6610



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keith williams

03-23-2018 20:34:59




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to sunbeam, 03-23-2018 19:43:00  
Sunbeam,
That's for the one pump model, he has the second pump.
Keith



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Destroked 450

03-21-2018 15:36:16




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 10:44:55  
I have a Allied 495 loader on my 6610, it's presently hooked to the remotes but my tractor has 4 sets of remotes.

All I use the loader for is moving round bales.

The loader works plenty fast for me but I don't like a super fast jerky loader, slightly slower than my skid steer loader.



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David G

03-21-2018 14:39:05




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 10:44:55  
I teed off my supply line with CCLS valve, still have both remotes open.



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wlf89

03-21-2018 12:47:57




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 10:44:55  
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so if i hook it up to the couplers right now i would get around 15gpm correct? i wont be using the loader much at all just to stack some rolls of hay 30-40 max 2 times a year. if i will have 15gpm that should be plenty fast for no more than i will use it.

on the ccls valve im not seeing but one on surplus center where i usually order my hyd stuff. its about 550 is that about right for one of these valves or can i find cheaper?

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Bern

03-21-2018 13:26:29




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 12:47:57  
Yes, 15 GPM from one set of couplers. If the loader has sizeable cylinders, 15 GPM is rather slow for me.

A CCLS valve will require extra fittings, hoses, a shuttle check valve, mounting bracket, etc. in order to complete the package. This has been discussed numerous times here in the past. As for the going rate on a CCLS valve right now, I have no idea. If you don't intend to use the loader much, I personally don't see you getting your money's worth out of that conversion.

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Bern

03-21-2018 10:49:52




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 Re: 6610 gpm at the outlets? in reply to wlf89, 03-21-2018 10:44:55  
1 set of couplers is good for about 15 GPM max. Two plumbed in parallel should give you the rated 18ish at rated speed, or close to 20 GPM at WOT.

If you have the money, get yourself a CCLS valve and then you'll get the max whenever you want it, as well as keeping your remotes freed up for other things.



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