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    Default insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    I have a Ford 1920 that I am using/taking care of. It's a very nice tractor. However, I'm getting an implement with an hydraulic lift, and this tractor doesn't have an hydraulic system (as far as I can see). It was used by local county for road maintenance with mower on 3 pt hitch.
    Can I install an hydraulic pupmp/system? If so, how is it done?
    Are there any web sites/ kits?
    Or is this something an implement dealer should do?
    Thanks. Jim

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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    if your talking about adding a loader, yes it can be done and yes they do have DIY. but unless your real handy with tools it's best left to the new holland dealer. when it's all done you have someone to blame for any problems that might arise.

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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    Jim, your tractor already has a hydraulic system for lifting the 3-point hitch mower. That's the system that raises the lift arms in back. That is the same hydaulic pump/system that would be used for your "hydraulic implement." Please be more specific and tell us what type of hydraulic lift implement you are wanting to use.

    Here's the deal. . . if you are wanting to put a FEL on the tractor, that's a huge purchase and will require a hydraulic diverter valve so that the hydraulics that now work the 3PH can also run the loader. However, if you want to have a hydraulic hookup in the rear of the tractor, that is called a "remote" hydraulic adapter. Those are normally a kit priced under $1000 to add this feature. Then you can hook the hoses from your implement to this remote hydraulic adapter and you can operate a lever near the operator's station to make your implement work. Another way of adding an additional hydraulic implement adapter is with a "power beyond" kit. That's the kind of kit that is normally used if you want to add a backhoe.

    So, you can see why it is impossible to really tell you much without knowing more specifics. What I do know is that the 1920 has a very capable hydraulic pump already and there are standard ways to make that system do a lot of things for you. Give us more info and we'll try to give you some good advice.
    Jim


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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    How do you think that 3pt hitch raises? magic? it uses hyds!!

    there should be a valve block on the right hand lower side of the tractor.. engine area.. this is where you can tap hyds from.. like for a loader.. or DIY valve.. however.. you can add a factory remote as well.

    1920 4 CYL COMPACT T / 05E01 REMOTE CONTROL VALVE & PIPING KIT - 1920
    1920 4 CYL COMPACT T / 05E01 REMOTE CONTROL VALVE & PIPING KIT - 1920
    Key Qty Part Number Part Name Description
    1 1 SBA340002251 KIT Kit, Remote Control Valve, Single Spool, Double Acting Includes: Ref. 2 thru 27, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    2 1 SBA340015230 VALVE, HYDRAULIC Valve Assy, Remote Control, Refer to Fig 5G1 for Components, Remote W/(2) Couplers for Rear Implement Hook-Up, No Longer Serviced, Years: 01/01/1987-06/30/1994
    2 1 SBA340015230 VALVE, HYDRAULIC Remote Control Valve Assy., Refer to Fig. 5G1 for Details, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    3 4 80681 WASHER, LOCK Washer, Lock, 5/16", Start Year: 01/01/1987
    4 1 SBA399112210 BRACKET Clamp, These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    4 1 SBA340801010 CLAMP Holder, These are included in P/N SBA-34002251 Kit, Start Year: 08/01/1990
    5 2 9846345 COUPLING, QUICK, FEMALE Coupler Assy. Includes: Ref. 6 thru 9, Has O-Ring Inside (ISM891311), Start Year: 01/01/1987
    6 2 SBA340631090 CONNECTOR, HYD. Coupler, Female, Years: 01/01/1987-08/31/1989
    6 2 9846343 COUPLING COUPLING, 3/8" NPTF, Female, O-Ring used is 122056 & Back-Up Ring used is 647327 , These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Start Year: 09/01/198
    7 2 SBA340631080 CONNECTOR, HYD. Coupler, Male, Years: 01/01/1987-08/31/1989
    7 2 9846344 COUPLING Coupler, Male, Start Year: 09/01/1989
    8 2 SBA340490193 DUST CAP Cap, Female Dust, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    9 1 SBA340490190 DUST CAP Cap, Male Dust, Years: 01/01/1987-08/31/1989
    9 2 SBA340490192 COVER, CAP Cap, Male Dust, Start Year: 09/01/1989
    10 1 SBA399110770 CLAMP Clamp, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    11 1 43128 BOLT BOLT, Hex, M8 x 30, 8.8, These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    11 1 SBA011510830 BOLT Bolt, M8 x 30, These are included in P/N SBA-34002251 Kit, Start Year: 08/01/1990
    12 1 SBA390370300 DECAL Decal, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    13 3 300510 BOLT BOLT, Hex, M8 x 65, 8.8, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    14 1 SBA340701330 TUBE Pipe, These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    14 1 SBA340703790 TUBE, RIGID Pipe, These are included in P/N SBA-34002251 Kit, Start Year: 08/01/1990
    15 1 SBA340103400 LINK, CONNECTING Lever, Control, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    16 1 SBA340122020 LEVER Lever, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    17 1 SBA398180720 HANDLE GRIP Grip, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    18 1 SBA011511220 BOLT Bolt, M12 x 20, These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    18 1 SBA011511235 BOLT BOLT, M12 x 35, These are included in P/N SBA-34002251 Kit, Start Year: 08/01/1990
    19 2 86508568 BOLT BOLT, Hex, M6 x 16, Cl 8.8, Full Thd, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    20 2 100020 NUT Nut, M16, Cl 8, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    21 2 86517328 WASHER, LOCK Washer, Lock, M6, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    22 2 130045 PIN PIN, M5 x 26, Slotted, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    23 1 SBA022300008 NUT NUT, M8, U, Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    24 1 SBA010109410 BOLT Bolt, M8 x 125, Start Year: 01/01/1987
    25 1 SBA340701360 TUBE Pipe, These are included in P/N SBA-34002250 Kit (Old Style), Years: 01/01/1987-07/31/1990
    25 1 SBA340703820 TUBE, RIGID Pipe, These are included in P/N SBA-34002251 Kit, Start Year: 08/01/1990
    26 4 83938932 O-RING O-Ring (Replaces SBA052110200), Start Year: 01/01/1987
    27 2 SBA398480240 BOLT, BANJO BOLT, BANJO, 3/8", Start Year: 01/01/1987


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    Quote Originally Posted by jab-law View Post
    I have a Ford 1920 that I am using/taking care of. It's a very nice tractor. However, I'm getting an implement with an hydraulic lift, and this tractor doesn't have an hydraulic system (as far as I can see). It was used by local county for road maintenance with mower on 3 pt hitch.
    Can I install an hydraulic pupmp/system? If so, how is it done?
    Are there any web sites/ kits?
    Or is this something an implement dealer should do?
    Thanks. Jim
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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    Hey Chris, I think you may be guilty of info overload.

    I'm hoping he will tell us what he wants and we can point him in the direction of a dealer who can do that for him after giving him a little "hydraulic primer" here in this thread. I love your details, but it may be a little much for him. We'll see.
    Jim


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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    Here is the simple version.
    Your tractor has a pump, reservior, relief valve and diverter valve from the factory.
    You can add a single spool rear remote valve to operate one function at the rear of the tractor. It comes with decent instructions, and can be installed with common hand tools and a reasonable amount of mechanical aptitude and common sense.
    You can also add a mid mounted two spool valve with couplers to control a front or mid mounted implement with one or two hydraulic functions. The kit comes with instructions and can be installed using common hand tools and a reasonable amount of mechanical aptitude and common sense.

    Or you can have either or both installed using only a checkbook. Nothing else required.

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    Default Re: insttalling hydraulic pump on 1920

    that's just a parts listing for the remote kit that cnh has, along with the exploded diagrram of it with coresponding numbers. i also tossed in a pic o fthe hyd pump.. so he knows he has one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    Hey Chris, I think you may be guilty of info overload.

    I'm hoping he will tell us what he wants and we can point him in the direction of a dealer who can do that for him after giving him a little "hydraulic primer" here in this thread. I love your details, but it may be a little much for him. We'll see.

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