Topic: Re: MF 175 Questions
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At the minute your remotes are just plumbed into the very small gear type aux pump What MF recomend for loader work is to take a pipe from a selector valve on the top of the lift cover and join it into the pressure pipe coming out of your PTO plate. This may mean discarding the steel pipe, but both pipes need a non return valve and be sure that they are fitted in the right direction.The valves are to ensure that whichever pump is strongest does not put backpressure through the weaker pump. Flow rate should be about 13 gpm with both pumps combined. All my tractors are plumbed this way, but it does not seem to be a common thing in USA. We never fit front pumps here for loader use, and we do a lot of loader work feeding cattle. I have never damaged a multi-power by using the hydraulics this way....as I said MF supply the kit over here and recomend using it . The only drawback is when you open your isolater valve on the lift cover, to power the remotes, you then have to put the quadrant into constant pumping and the rear lift is isolated....but it is simple to unlock the valve again if you do need the rear lift, you still have the slow aux pump to power the loader.
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