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Unusual Hydraulic Pump, John Deere? Help Identify


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Default Unusual Hydraulic Pump, John Deere? Help Identify

I pulled this off of a home-brew blade setup on a Caterpillar Fifteen that I recently purchased. The remnant of the first layer of flaking paint I can see looks John Deere green? Does anybody have an idea of what this would have fit originally? It looks application specific.
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Default Re: Unusual Hydraulic Pump, John Deere? Help Identify

What you have there is the lift all hydraulic pump from a Farmall H or M. These fit up in the belly of the tractor behind the clutch. The operating lever was attached to that little shaft protruding from the left side, the front was the drive end. They were very good low speed units and as long as one kept the oil in it they lasted for darn near forever.
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Thanks for the info! I knew there would be people out there who would recognize this on sight.
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