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|Donnie||I have a 1969 444 Gas engine tractor. I need to know the Hydraulic system. Right now I have a snow plow hooked to front. Which has 1 line going to it for power to lift. Then gravity lowers it. Here is my question. I want to hook up a log splitter to it but I need a return back to the tractor. I dont know where on the tractor I need to hook up the return. Can someone please help? Thanks!
|Spence|| There is a hydraulic fill hole at the rear right hand corner of the Hydr unit that you sit on. Connect a "T" there and you have your return line.
You can tap your power from the aux valve on the fender but be sure you put a safety valve in the line that empties into the return line mentioned above. Set it to 2100-2300 lbs or so. The store you get it from should be able to set the release pressure for you.
|Mike Easton||I have the manuals for the 444 and hydraulics I use for my 3pt. backhoe. Jpeg me a picture of what you have and I'll see what I can do.
I am trying to find a radiator for mine.
Maybe you just need to sell me your tractor