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4430 Power Beyond

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johnyquest69

07-11-2019 15:23:19




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I know this topic has been covered a million times but I still don't have the answer I am looking for. I have purchased a power beyond block. I am wondering if I would be better to route my return to ported filter, or better than that, tee into the rockshaft return line to offset ported filter cost.




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Tx Jim

07-15-2019 04:33:57




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to johnyquest69, 07-11-2019 15:23:19  
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I thought PBY block mounted on late 20-55 series on LH side of rockshaft housing returned oil to rockshaft oil return galley which takes oil to hyd filter. Am I incorrect in my thinking? Yrs back I had a FEL on my 4255 that I teed into junction block on RH side for JS valve for pressure & returned oil to sump & loader hyd's operated flawlessly until I removed loader.

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johnyquest69

07-14-2019 19:36:08




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to johnyquest69, 07-11-2019 15:23:19  
Can I drill and thread cover, or would it be easier to buy the rockshaft return line fittings that I have seen posted for a 4020, if they are the same, or available for a 4430? If threading the cover, will pipe threads be ok? Not sure of the price for a ported filter cover but thought I saw they were pricey.



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johnyquest69

07-11-2019 19:29:46




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to johnyquest69, 07-11-2019 15:23:19  
Dont know where verified come from!



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johnyquest69

07-11-2019 19:28:54




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to johnyquest69, 07-11-2019 15:23:19  
Thanks! Verified



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MSM

07-11-2019 16:58:47




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to johnyquest69, 07-11-2019 15:23:19  
Install both hoses to the power beyond.block. Early 20 series would return to ported filter cover. Console 20 series and newer hoses go to power beyond block.



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4240 Turbo

07-13-2019 06:45:54




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to MSM, 07-11-2019 16:58:47  
my 4440 has return to filter housing.



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Tim S

07-13-2019 06:49:29




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 Re: 4430 Power Beyond in reply to 4240 Turbo, 07-13-2019 06:45:54  
Returning to the filter works the best, and is simple to do.



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