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Just found this thread.
Pretty interesting and was curious if all was still working well?
Did you install the pump on the top or the bottom?
Mine is on the bottom, they had to take a chunk of the channel iron out but dont think that frame cares.
After doing some work on it today I am scratching my head why they didn't use the top mounting flange.
Yes it wored good. They used it as one of there main seedings tractors until a few years ago. They still have it as spare. The pump and pto I mounted was on top of trans had to removed cab. Was a fairly big job

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What did they use for electric over hydraulic control with in cab flow control?

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From what I've gathered from other new JD equipment and what seems to be a huge concern is "How big is the fridge" and does it keep your wobbly pops cold enough ??
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just a thought, I was conversating with Ron Harmon the owner of Big Eq Co in Havery MT. Long story short, he has been doing this exact idea with the Big Buds and a couple Steigers. Sounded like he had connections of were to get all the parts a pieces to do something like this. He was telling me they just replace the OME pump with a bigger one, and go up from there. I never did ask him what that would cost, but I'm assuming no matter what way you try it, you will have plenty of money into it
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I looked at the spot on the engine on mine and it wouldn't be able to be too big of a pump just due to size restrictions. Probably the same spot where an air compressor would normally have been mounted if it were in a truck application. (The 9150 is a LTA-10 Cummins.)

The way you describe the location the pump was mounted on yours seems the person decided to do it the hard way.
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Not sure on the front of your tractor but could it be driven off the front of the crank pulley? A lot of l-10 were used in cement trucks with live hyd systems
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