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    Default Ford 340A - How many GPM?

    Looking at getting a 340A and i want to know how it will handle my 20 ton splitter. I'd like at least 9 gpm but can't determine what the flow out of the rear remotes would be. This tractor has a loader, no hoe.

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    Default Re: Ford 340A - How many GPM?

    Hydraulics:
    Type: open center
    Capacity: 8.5 gal [32.2 L]
    12.1 gal [45.8 L] (independent PTO)
    11 gal [41.6 L] (loader)
    18 gal [68.1 L] (backhoe)
    Pressure: 2500 psi [172.4 bar]
    Valve flow: 5.6 gpm [21.2 lpm]
    8 gpm [30.3 lpm] (independent PTO)
    22.5 gpm [85.2 lpm] (loader/backhoe)
    Steering flow: 5.5 gpm [20.8 lpm]
    Steering cap.: 4.6 gal [17.4 L]

    It says valve flow of 5.6 gal for something, maybe the steering

    The loader/BH will work off the 22.5 GPM implement flow.

    Plenty of flow. The log splitter valve should be able to work as high as 25 GPM flow rate.
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    Default Re: Ford 340A - How many GPM?

    Thanks JJ.

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