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09-11-2019 19:53:19

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Have included pictures of my ford jubilee and a couple of parts on the tractor that I would like to know their purpose. The tractor originally had a bucket powered by the tractors internal hydraulics. Loader at present is powered by a front driven hydraulic pump

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Shaun Wallace

09-11-2019 20:37:18

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 Re: identity of parts in reply to ejensen, 09-11-2019 19:53:19  
Lever sticking up is draft/position. Other ran oneway cyl witch could have been loader.

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09-11-2019 21:24:57

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 Re: identity of parts in reply to Shaun Wallace, 09-11-2019 20:37:18  

I remember when the tractor came new to the farm next door. It had some type of loader on it. Loader was off the tractor when I obtained it. Found a Paulson loader, built a bracket for the front mounted hydraulic pump and added a splined hub to front of engine.
Draft control is for plowing?

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09-12-2019 02:34:11

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 Re: identity of parts in reply to ejensen, 09-11-2019 21:24:57  
Left lever in that position is for position control. Push lever down is draft control. Yes draft for plowing dirt. Other might be deverter valve to desert power from 3PT to what you want to run with hydraulics

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09-12-2019 06:11:29

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 Re: identity of parts in reply to kirk-nj, 09-12-2019 02:34:11  
Hi Kirk,
Thank you. I know little to nothing about plowing. Soil where I live in Washington State is very rocky, ground seems to "grow" rocks to boulders.Have never had a plow on our Jube. At present have a cememt weight to keep back wheels on the ground for traction when using the front end loader

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