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I’ve got a 68’ 706 that I plan hooking a Shaver HD-10 to. New to the post driver and scratching my head on beat way to dump the return line. Should I just come off the line with some 1” pipe and lay it I. The fill hole where the foot plate is? Any better methods? I searched and couldn’t find any topics on this.

 

thanks guys

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13 hours ago, mader656 said:

On my 656 i run it in the dipstick hole, a 3/4 pipe fits with a lot of grinding... you need the fastest return for hardest hit.

 

14 hours ago, brahamfireman said:

IF it doesn't have the 3rd link you can weld a pipe nipple on the top link cover and dump in their. Could also drill and tap a hole in the cover on left side of range trans.

If your not using a ton of oil just dump back in the remote.

 

13 hours ago, mader656 said:

On my 656 i run it in the dipstick hole, a 3/4 pipe fits with a lot of grinding... you need the fastest return for hardest hit.

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Fat return line helps

 

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It’s got a big fat line for the return. Not near the tractor so I’ve been on Messicks trying to see the best spot. I hate having to drain all that fluid to pull a cover to tap it. Any other place that I can tap into that’s above the oil level? I appreciate the responses guys.

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1 hour ago, exSW said:

 

 

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Fat return line helps

 

Mine is a 1 inch 2000 psi hose. 

Pro tip a big valve on the return line. Makes less mess... 

I've wondered about getting the filter cover tapped...

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1 hour ago, MissingParts706 said:

hate having to drain all that fluid to pull a cover to tap

5 gal. bucket is plenty.

 

1 hour ago, mader656 said:

I've wondered about getting the filter cover tapped...

I can not recomend. Alternating pos neg pressures and paper filter

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i looked up an HD-10 you wouldnt do well around here with one of those, too many rocks but up north around our other farm you could  - we dont use many wooden posts around here cept every so often with a lot of T posts in between the woods and u need hedge here - nothing else will last more than 3 to 5 yrs 

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