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Tim S

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03-25-2020 07:41:43

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Couple questions Tim.

First off, on the hydraulic seat actuator (pic below) can the lower cap (that hooks to the large return hose) be unbolted and turned 180 degrees? It would really help me out on this project if the return hose could exit the opposite side.

Next question, I have a good hydraulic pump from a powershift 4620. Is is ok to install that in a syncro range 3020? I didn't know if the 3020's trans pump would supply enough oil or if they were about the same.

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03-25-2020 08:24:09

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 Re: Tim S in reply to newgenjdcollector, 03-25-2020 07:41:43  
Btw, SG3 is underway, which is why the question about the seat.

Far from done, but it's coming along.

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03-25-2020 08:16:56

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 Re: Tim S in reply to newgenjdcollector, 03-25-2020 07:41:43  
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Thanks Tim. That's the best news I've had in awhile.

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Tim S

03-25-2020 08:12:45

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 Re: Tim S in reply to newgenjdcollector, 03-25-2020 07:41:43  
Yes, I think you can rotate the cap,, and yes the pump will work,, but you will need different fittings,, which you can get at any hydraulic shop,,the power shift pumps have a larger fitting.

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