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Is it possable to hook in to the hydro unit for power for a small frontend loader+if so is there any mods need to be done.I got cad kit off ebay it shows hooking into the hydro.unit.Also 1.5" by 6"stroke cylinders, where do you find that size.I just looking for easy+correct way to do this,If i need to put a pump on where would be best location. by the way this is 1987 duetz allis 914. thanks,Aaron

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Yes it is. But it would be VERY slow. Some people say it would put to much stress on the Hydro system, I'm not sure though. Maybe some one else could clarify that. It seems there was another post on this but I cant find it. I hope this helps. Lawrence

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I don't know what a duetz allis 914 is but if you have the front of the crankshaft accessible you could put a pulley on it and mount a pump right behind the front axle under the engine. It might just take a piece of 1/4" steel plate bent at 90 degrees with a couple holes in it. Bolt it to the bottom of the tractor and the front of the pump. A good source for hydraulics and just about anything else is Surplus Center. They don't have a website but here is their PH#. 1-800-488-3407. Lawrence

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You probably could use the hydro considering the small cylinder size. The risk is that even with good rod wipers on the cylinders, micro dirt particles can collect in any pits on the rods and get into the hydro system. A separate pump is cheap insurance. (a lot cheaper than a new hydro unit) Like Lawrence says, some L-brackets and a belt off the front pto is pretty easy. Just make sure you get a pump with bearings that will handle the side load of a belt. Many are designed for direct coupling only. Size the pump and pulley for the speed you want on the cylinders. Northern doesn't have any cylinders that small, but I think www.baileynet.com probably does. Good luck!:)

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