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  1. After noticing a few leaks and then a pipe splitting I removed the loader from my 844xl so I could get all the hydraulics sorted. Several pipes and filters later I am now looking to put the loader back on. I have some questions about the pipework. I know next to nothing about loaders, I’ve put the pipes back on as they previously were; b1 comes from the hydraulic pump T1 returns the the auxiliary tank the previous owners had another pipe running from the T outlet (below t1) to the drain plug at the back end of the tractor. Is this the free flow pipe? Do I need to have it or can I just close off the outlet? What’s the advantages of a free flow pipe? I only ask as someone is telling me I don’t need to re-install it, I’m not convinced but want to understand it first. I don’t know what make the spool block is, the plate has worn away and the serial numbers haven’t been fruitful after a Google search.
  2. So this is a followup to a thread I started a few days ago about putting a 510 loader on my 1466. The general consensus among some of you was that, yes, it can be done and has been done. I started to put the front mounting part on the tractor today and this is the problem I have; see the attached pictures. How do I get over this? I made a template of the arms that bolt onto the frame and I think there are two holes that will work... I'll have to drill holes for the arms to fit. This is about to become very depressing very fast. Any advice?
  3. Gentlemen: I've been offered a 510 loader in good shape, but am wondering if it will fit on my 1466? All of the mounting brackets are there, too. Thanks for your input.
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