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Log Splitter connection
I have a Ford 3600 Diesel tractor. I just purchased a used 3 point hitch log splitter. I need to know where to hook up the hydraulic lines to my tractor. I don't see any place in the rear to connect these lines. Can anyone explain to me where and how to hook these up. Thanks, Neal
|stu||You need to purchase a pump which attaches to your PTO to supply the hydrolics to operate. It's the only way. Someone, if I'm incorrect, please chime in.
|jay||Are you sure there are no remotes, or scv,s on the back of your 3600? If not you need a pto pump, a tank and fittings$$$$. Or you can see if your Ford dealer has a remote hydrulic kit for your tractor,,cheaper, but the splitter will run slower??
i bought a used 94 ford 3930 couple of years ago.
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