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Hyadraulic pump hook-up

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10-07-2001 18:14:46

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I recently purchased a sprayer with a hydraulic pump unit but my tractor only has a single outlet for the transport ram. Anybody have suggestions or know of kits available to make this work?

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10-08-2001 05:09:38

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 Re: Hyadraulic pump hook-up in reply to Joe, 10-07-2001 18:14:46  
Hydraulic conversions can get spendy in a hurry, you might be better of getting a pto pump and running it that way - they are less than $100 - I'm assuming you have a mid to small sprayer?

What is the ranm used for? Will you need it while spraying? You could plumb it up with quick couplers to switch between the ram and the pump, that would be pretty cheap to do.

There are splitters & power-beyond options to give you 2 (or more) outlets but that's more than I know about, I'll let others explain these - would help to know what tractor we are dealing with tho.

I'm a hydraulics dummy, what kind of tractor do you have? Can others say if a closed system pump can happily keep his hydraulic pump running? Sometimes these old tractors kinda run out of steam on constant hydraulic operations... But a pump is a pretty small load.


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10-12-2001 12:43:22

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 Re: Re: Hyadraulic pump hook-up in reply to paul, 10-08-2001 05:09:38  
Paul, Sorry I forgot this info: 1960 Allis D14
with a single outlet for a transport ram. I do use a jerk bucket that is mounted on the tractor. I was wondering the same thing re. the tractor pump under a constant load. Anybody have any more specific info on what the demand of a hrydraulic sprayer pump is? Do you have a source to recommend for a pto driven hydraulic pump? Would I then need an external resevoir as well?

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10-18-2001 05:22:18

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 Re: Re: Re: Hyadraulic pump hook-up in reply to Joe, 10-12-2001 12:43:22  
You have a one way high pressure hydrolic system that will not work with any hydrolic motor, will just have to design a pump system from scratch, the old pto mounted pumps for loaders not enough capacity, gallon per minute.

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