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ford 3500 hydrualics

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mnachesterron

09-11-2019 07:01:54




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I have a 1965 ford industrial that has a 735 series loader and a 713 series backhoe, i found the hose schematic posted by Andy Wickiser and mine looks like the on with power to the hoe first then to the loader, the b/h is a earlier version than what belongs on this machine but has been working fine for several tears, i rebuilt a bunch of cylinders and the control valve assembly. now i need to set the pressures, the manual says to set the loader first then the b/h, i don"t believe i can do this because the pump supplies the b/h first, any input on this will be greatly appreciated, also does anyone have the procedure for setting the loader pressure, cant find the info for that again thanks for all the help Ron

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mnachesterron

09-11-2019 12:28:45




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 Re: ford 3500 hydrualics in reply to mnachesterron, 09-11-2019 07:01:54  
[quote:77c2933b7c="Sean in PA"](quoted from post at 09:29:22 09/11/19) The relief valve in the backhoe control valve should be set higher than the one for the loader, so you should be able to adjust the loader first, but the order shouldn't really matter. If you find that the relief valve on the backhoe is lower than what the loader is supposed to be, then remove some shims in th ebackhoe valve fist to raise the relief pressure thjere and then adjust the loader pressure.

Did you change the backhoe control valve to true Power Beyond or did you just plumb them in series?[/quote:77c2933b7c][quote

this loader is newer than the b/h , and it does not have the switch control valve on the controls for the loader ,it is plumbed from the pump to the b/h, then to the loader then back to the left side verticle frame, which is used as the resivoir, if i guage the b/h at the controlvalve would i be safe to set the pressure relief at 1900 lbs then set the loader pressure at those controls to 1700lbs[/quote]

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Sean in PA

09-11-2019 09:29:22




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 Re: ford 3500 hydrualics in reply to mnachesterron, 09-11-2019 07:01:54  
The relief valve in the backhoe control valve should be set higher than the one for the loader, so you should be able to adjust the loader first, but the order shouldn't really matter. If you find that the relief valve on the backhoe is lower than what the loader is supposed to be, then remove some shims in th ebackhoe valve fist to raise the relief pressure thjere and then adjust the loader pressure.

Did you change the backhoe control valve to true Power Beyond or did you just plumb them in series?

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