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Old 11-06-2018, 06:40 PM
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Bought this little tractor recently, have just put a blade on it and am struggling to find any information on where to get a feed from to power the thing.
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I would say its powered from the rear spools? or does it have another valve which you want to get pressure and return for?
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Hi aiden. Your the man to sort this I know. I just need a feed and return I suppose.
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Basically do this applies to any make tractor https://www.hoyetractor.com/support/...php?article=58
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I know the thing, I used it so the flail didn't drop quick.
There no remote hydraulics on it so need to know where/how to plumb it in. Thanks for the input
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You 2 pipes by looks of it are in the middle right of this pic of yours small one is pressure and other is the supply to tank http://www.ceforum.co.uk/attachment....4&d=1528739830
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I know the thing, I used it so the flail didn't drop quick.
There no remote hydraulics on it so need to know where/how to plumb it in. Thanks for the input
How come I'm answering questions that aren't there😕
That link is great . I just have to look for some fitting. Would you think it better to cut metal pipe or get a fitting on somewhere
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