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44 special hydraulics

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Outsidersag

02-22-2021 18:14:23




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Are the hydraulics on a 44 special a one way or 2 way pressure?




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marloweg

02-22-2021 18:27:19




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to Outsidersag, 02-22-2021 18:14:23  
that depends on your control valve and your ram it can be made to work as a two way or single if you have a 3 point hitch it is two way pressure up and down



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Outsidersag

02-22-2021 18:54:54




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to marloweg, 02-22-2021 18:27:19  
I want to have pressure both ways on the remote couplers



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marloweg

02-22-2021 19:07:31




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to Outsidersag, 02-22-2021 18:54:54  
what kind of control valve do you have or are you using the one under the seat ?and do you have a 3 point hitch



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Outsidersag

02-22-2021 19:20:24




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to marloweg, 02-22-2021 19:07:31  
This tractor is new to me. It dont have a 3pt but it does have a cylinder under the seat and the valve is under the seat. It has 1 remote hose coming from the side of the valve and the other is coming from the end cap on the cylinder



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marloweg

02-22-2021 19:23:29




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to Outsidersag, 02-22-2021 19:20:24  
then it should have two way but it is a poor way of doing it .



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Outsidersag

02-22-2021 19:30:06




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to marloweg, 02-22-2021 19:23:29  
Is there a better way to do that?



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marloweg

02-22-2021 19:33:28




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 Re: 44 special hydraulics in reply to Outsidersag, 02-22-2021 19:30:06  
sure is give me a call 9208517182 now is fine or when ever



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