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    Default YM2002D Power beyond

    Recieved my fittings today and am now plumbed for power beyond. Thank you all for the good advice. Anything looks wrong here please let me know.

    1st picture: power beyond plug installed in top opening.
    2nd picture: Tank return. That is a 3/8" opening directly below my dipstick. That is 1/2"ID hose.
    3rd picture: Showing the tank return flow at about 1500rpm with control valve engaged.
    4th picture: Loader valve with quick disconnects installed.
    5th picture: Another shot.
    6th picture: Yet another
    7th picture: Loader valve with loader attached
    8th picture: Another shot with loader attached

    Those are 1/4" disconnects rated at 7gpm. My pump is rated at 6.34gpm. Everything seems to work as it should. I got 36 seconds full up and down at 800rpm, full curl 24 seconds. Old time 38 and 30.

    I got 15 seconds full up and down at 1500rpm, full curl in 12 seconds. Old time real close to the same.
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    I like it! I am on the way out of the shop for weekend will comment further monday have a great wknd Winston.
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Winston,Good job ! Where or how did you come up with the PB sleeve ? I see you had a good location to return to the tank as well
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Nice shots of the valve and sump dump. How about some of the supply and system return?

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by kenmac View Post
    Winston,Good job ! Where or how did you come up with the PB sleeve ? I see you had a good location to return to the tank as well
    I measured the size and threads as close as I could, then cut cut the ends off a tubing adapter having appx m16-1.5 threads, leaving only the tube threads and hex, welded up the hole, ground the hex down to round and left just enough for an o-ring to seal against. One similiar to this. Mr. Heater® 3/8 in. Male Pipe x Male Flare - 3100427 | Tractor Supply Company

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry in Ky View Post
    Nice shots of the valve and sump dump. How about some of the supply and system return?
    Difficult to get a good shot but the steel tubing line coming from the power steering diverter valve to the 3 point had originally been cut, tubing fittings put on each end and then routed through the loader valve. I had put quick couplings on it and used them when taking my loader off. With my "new" power beyond I removed those quick couplings per good advice from those in the know. The bottom connection on the loader valve is the inlet coming from the cut tubing line and the hose on the top of the valve is power beyond going back the the original cut tubing enroute to the 3 point. The tank return line coming off the valve is the one with the hose clamp. Not very good with words, hope this makes a little sense.
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Looks good! You did yours the way the pros recommend. I should follow your example.

    And great photos!

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Can you tell me where the line on the top of the valve goes to? Can you post a pic? I have the same valve and this looks good.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    I guess I'm confused





























    I guess I'm confused (normal). I can't tell if the top most hose (the one that comes through the metal angle at top of picture) goes to the tank or to something else?

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by knotweed View Post
    Can you tell me where the line on the top of the valve goes to? Can you post a pic? I have the same valve and this looks good.
    The line goes into the cut tubing line going back to the 3 point. That is the power beyond.

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