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|Donnie Moore||Does anyone know where I can get detailed information about the hydraulics on an International 460? I would like to get schematics, theory of operation, and all that good stuff. I would like to hook up some auxilliary hydraulics and valves but I can't find any place to hook in.
|lindy||It'scalled an "open center" system, which means oil flows through continually whenever none of the control levers are engaged. Your task, to add other controls, with other outputs, is to break into that flow so that what you add for controls also has oil flowing through it. AFter that, your new added control will divert whatever it needs to whatever cylinder it controls whenever you move that lever. Typically, you'd break in right after the pump, before that hose arrives at the next device.