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Hi,
I am building a tractor mounted PTO driven Circular table saw. I am mounting a conventional hydraulic log splitter underneath the saw and would like to fit a hydraulically driven conveyor to handle the split wood.
The tractor is a 70 hp Ford 6610 and has an open centre hydraulic system.
After alot of searching I still can't figure out how to plumb in a circuit for the Conveyor hydraulic motor.
Is it possible to plumb the Splitter ram and motor to the one supply? or do I have to use one spool valve on the tractor to supply the Log splitter Spool valve and another separate spool valve on the tractor to supply a spool valve for the conveyor hydraulic motor?
I would really appreciate any link to a website or help that anyone here can give me.
Thanks for looking.

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Originally posted by hows she now:
Hi,
I am building a tractor mounted PTO driven Circular table saw. I am mounting a conventional hydraulic log splitter underneath the saw and would like to fit a hydraulically driven conveyor to handle the split wood.
The tractor is a 70 hp Ford 6610 and has an open centre hydraulic system.
After alot of searching I still can't figure out how to plumb in a circuit for the Conveyor hydraulic motor.
Is it possible to plumb the Splitter ram and motor to the one supply? or do I have to use one spool valve on the tractor to supply the Log splitter Spool valve and another separate spool valve on the tractor to supply a spool valve for the conveyor hydraulic motor?
I would really appreciate any link to a website or help that anyone here can give me.
Thanks for looking.


Try this forum! TractorByNet. They deal with tractors and all sorts of attachments. They can help you out!!


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Thanks AKKAMAAN, am getting some good replies on other site. Much appreciated.
 
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