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801 Powermaster

03-20-2019 01:55:25




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I am starting to swap all the parts from one tractor that had a loader that runs off the pump mounted on the engine. When I get it all put on my 3600 what needs to be done to run it before I get the loader back on it with out burning the front pump up.




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Destroked 450

03-20-2019 06:34:30




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 01:55:25  
That's his plan, the yellow tractor is a 3500 with a bad SOS trans.

The 3600 has a torque convertor trans and rear axle like a 340 utility.

He's going to swap the 3500's front axle and steering onto the 3600's chassis

He'll need up with a home made version of the 420 industrial.

Then he's going to sell the left over parts.



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showcrop

03-20-2019 04:33:13




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 01:55:25  
I can't imagine why you would do all that taking apart. Why can't you just suspend the loader from the back end, drive the tractor in, then lower the loader to where you can drive the axle over the back frame? Then all you need to do is jack the loader up into position.



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801 Powermaster

03-20-2019 03:32:13




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 01:55:25  
OK, I will not start it. I thought about this. Here is what I am working with. I learned I should have removed the side cylinders first and then pulled the pins and then removed each arm on the tractor. I need to do it this way when I put it back on.





Its all going on my 3600

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mhb@ufe

03-20-2019 04:42:56




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 03:32:13  
How are you going to mount the front of the loader? Your 3600 doesn't have the cast front axle support.

Mark



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Ultradog MN

03-20-2019 04:38:03




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 03:32:13  
That is a Lot of loader for the front end on that Blue tractor - whatever it is.
Did we ever establish exactly what it is?
I would be tempted to put the industrial front under it.



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RickB

03-20-2019 02:49:41




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 Re: starting tractor with loader off in reply to 801 Powermaster, 03-20-2019 01:55:25  
Donít install the pump before the loader goes on.



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