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Okay,

I put a loader on my Ford 600 (pics coming soon). I nowunderstand that i need to have an engine driven pump seperate for the loader. I have a vickers vane pump off a thousand series tractor with a loader.

1. can I use the existing hydraulic reservoir and plumb into it or do i need to add a seperate tank?

2. does anybody have any info or pics on how to get a shaft to drive the pump? I would have thought that from the crankshaft straight out to the front would be the way to do it but the pivot pin (or whatever its called) is right there. I must be missing something here:banghead3
 

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The hydraulic reservoir under the top cover may not be big enough for a loader system's demand. If the loader frame doesn't have a built-in reservoir then it would probably be best to add one on.

Starting at the crankshaft you need a drive hub(part #290421) to bolt to the pulley they look like this:

http://www.ytmag.com/store/parts/pics/wm_290421.jpg

The next thing will be the shaft part #195454:

http://www.ytmag.com/store/parts/pics/wm_195454.jpg

and then for attaching the shaft to the pump a flex coupler(part #L601-9):

http://www.ytmag.com/store/parts/pics/wm_L601-14.jpg

I may have the wrong part number for the flex coupler that bolts onto your pump. You will have to do some measuring to see if it will fit or not. If the shaft wont go through your center axle pin then you can torch or grind some of it off to open the hole up. The shaft is a straight shot from the crank pulley. I'll see if I can find some pictures for you of mounted pumps. With all the loaders I've put on, you'd think I would have had a camera around for one of them.

-Leon
 

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Depending ont he loader.. you may be able to get away using onboard 4gpm pump.. you will need a top cover hyd valve though.

if the loader has large cyls, and is da.. you may not want to be that slow though.

I use 1-arm ford 711 and 722 loaders on my hundred series machines..and they are fine for 'farm' work using the built in hyds.. etc.

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