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    Default Re: FORD 5000 AUXILARY HYDRAULIC QUESTION

    Howdy folks. Thanks for the discussion. SOundguy: For confirmation, are you saying that if I use the PTO Extension, I can sill run both it, and a post hole auger at the same time? that might just be the ticket, but it would take a sepreate reservoir, correct? How is your 2240 set up???
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    the 224 has a long pto extension that goes thru the pump and stil has ? 4" out the other side for a mower or tiller. pump has large hoses that run forward.. there is a sump up front of the radiator shell. big valve bank up front, has levers / linkage tot he op platform ( very rub goldberg.. but JD installed it.. ot me.. eh? )

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    ]the 224 has a long pto extension that goes thru the pump and stil has ? 4" out the other side for a mower or tiller. pump has large hoses that run forward.. there is a sump up front of the radiator shell. big valve bank up front, has levers / linkage tot he op platform ( very rub goldberg.. but JD installed it.. ot me.. eh?

    SOUNDGUY: my question is: to clarify, you CAN run both the pump and other items off the same pto, right? IS there enough of a stub sticking out beyond the pump to attach another unit, like a post hole digger?? Thanks
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    uh... here's a direct quote from my previous post:

    the 224 has a long pto extension that goes thru the pump and stil has ? 4" out the other side for a mower or tiller
    224 should be 2240 obviously. that parses out pretty straight.... not too many other ways to say yes ??

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    OK, thanks. Was not sure if it would lock on, but I guess it will
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    224 should be 2240 obviously. that parses out pretty straight.... not too many other ways to say yes ??[/QUOTE]

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    happy new year!

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    HAPPY NEW YOU TO YOU, AND EVERYONE ELSE ON THE SITE, ALSO.

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    Thanks Suondguy and others. I lost contact with this thread...and reposted. Im sorry. But I'll try the pto pump idea. Thanks
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    should work.. don't see why it won't...

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