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09-13-2010, 04:23 PM #1
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- Sep 2010
Ford 770 loader on a ford 1300 tractor
My boss just picked up a ford 1300 tractor with a 770 loader. None of the hydraulic hoses are attached. I have not got a clue where the lines go to the cylinders and the spool valves and the inlet/outlet, any and all help would be appreciated so I can keep working? Thanks
09-13-2010, 07:13 PM #2
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- Oct 2006
- Carterville, Illinois
- Mitsubishi MTE2000D, Dig It 258 Backhoe
Re: Ford 770 loader on a ford 1300 tractor
Thought I had an old schematic but can't find it.... I think I can describe it to you. There should be 7 hook ups on the bottom of the valve. The 3 that run in a row are for your hydraulic lines from pump etc.The other 4 hook ups are for the loader cylinders, to hook those up looking down from the top( joystick side) of the valve:
Front right is for loader "drop"
front left is for loader "lift"
Back right is for bucket "curl"
Back left is for bucket "dump"
The 3 ports in a row should be marked with the letters N, P and T cast into the body of the valve...these stand for:
T = Tank port (return going back to the sump)
P = Pressure inlet from the pump
N = power beyond outlet to the Next valve
Your hydraulic line from the pump will hook up to the middle "P" port.
The "N' port will run on back to the 3 point hitch
The "T" port will dump back into your transmissionDarryl
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