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|john mckee||I have a 1986 mf 240 and would like to add a hydraulic pump with the hose system "hook-up" so i could use implements requiring hydro hook-up. I know this was an option on the 250 series but have not seen anything on the 240. Can someone enlighten me as to if this is possible, how expensive, and where this might be obtained. how complicated is the installation if this is possible?
|Big Dean||HI John
Maybe this Information will help you on the remote Hydraulics. For the factory type auxiliary hydraulics like the ones on the MF250 you need these items. It gets rather expensive to do this.
Auxiliary pump plate and gear kit, 21 spline. Price: $325.00
Auxiliary Plate Mounting Nuts 3/8 inch nut with groove (2 required). Price: $2.00
Auxiliary Hydraulic Pumps for a MF240 Price: $475.00
you would need a single spool valve for one set of hoses for about $100 or two spool valve for two sets of hoses for about $150
The access plate & fittings plus the lines to go from the pump to the access plate fitting the quick couplers & their mounting brackets & all the hoses to hook it up with I would est. them to cost $300 or more to install this you have to split the tractor between the transmission & rear housing.
You can put a diverter valve on the liftcover in place of the transfer cap it cost about a $100 with either a single or 2 spool valve it would use the three point pump for it's hydraulic source you can not use the remote hydraulics & the three point at the same time you have to switch from one to the other with the diverter valve by doing it like this you are look at about $300 to $400 by the time you get every thing you need to hook it up. These are a little slow with only a 4 GPM pump.
You can also mount a front mount pump That would run between $800 & a $1,000 to do that Email me if you have any question on any of this