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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolee View Post
    I am assuming the front PTO on a 406/416 is a hydraulic unit, yes? If so, is it run off the low-flow belt driven pump, or off the rear pump?
    The front and rear PTOs on the 406/416 run off the transmission. A PTO box on the left of the transmission provides front or rear, or both, shaft engagement at either 540 or 1000 rpm. One model of PTO box is 540 only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolee View Post
    I am assuming the front PTO on a 406/416 is a hydraulic unit, yes? If so, is it run off the low-flow belt driven pump, or off the rear pump?
    I believe the front PTO on the 416 is shaft drive right off the transmission. If you look at the grille you can see where the shaft would stick out if one was installed.
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    Hi. I know it's been a while but, time for an update: Transmission is reinstalled, engine is reinstalled, almost ready to put on the floor plate above the transmission however, a couple of lines are missing and I don't know where they go. The manual says to label the lines before removing them for ease of installation. Problem is, Uncle Sam never bothered putting the lines back on so I have no idea where they go. This is on the right side of the transmission where the shifter high/low range air shifter is.
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    I found something that will help for line routing in the parts manuals. TM5-2420-224-24P-1 and -2

    Those two manuals are not on the google drive.

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    Does anyone have a nice FAQ sheet that I can print out and laminate? I'm ready to show off my Mog. Pictures coming soon!

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    Greetings everyone. Just finished getting the front aux hydraulics installed. I used a splitter on the bucket tilt line to provide controllable hydraulic fluid to whatever implement is attached to the front quick disconnect. There is a second set of connectors mounted as well. These will be used later on to connect the electrically controlled front loader arms circuit to another splitter. This will allow full continuous flow either direction without having to hold a lever. I didn't connect it right now due to cost. I am finally able to use the tool circuit and can say the jackhammer works like a champ. I am trying to get a hydraulic tamper to use for a large fencing project on my dad's farm. I had to take the Mog to a hydraulic shop to fix the multiple issues that I was having, and all of the employees loved it. Several people apparently stopped by and tried to buy it from them, and were very disappointed it was not for sale. The more I use and customize it, the more I really like it. It sure has made a huge difference at the farm.

    Forgot to add a safety message: If you are using the hydraulic tools, be sure to do a very good check of the whip attachments of the supply and return. Mine didn't seem bad at all, but only after about 7 minutes of use, the return side failed and my brother was covered with hydraulic fluid. Very thankful it was the return side and not supply side. It went from seep to large leak very fast, so whips for all three tools were replaced.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FarmMOG View Post
    I am trying to get a hydraulic tamper to use for a large fencing project on my dad's farm.
    Couldn't you modify one of the bits for the jackhammer, making it into a tamper? Should be a heck of a lot cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyjosh View Post
    I'm ready to show off my Mog. Pictures coming soon!
    IMG_1875.jpg Here it is! Finally moving dirt at a local show! Unfortunately one of the hydraulic seals broke so I will need to repair one of the cylinders.

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    Hey all looking to find flow rate for reel hydraulics, trying to get tow behind brush hog for my fields, need that little tidbit of info to SEE if I can make something work. Thanks in advance

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