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366 Power Assist??

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  1. leftex

    leftex Active Member

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    My elbow and wrist are getting old and worn out. Does anybody out there know of either a hydraulic or electric power assist for this loader? Seems like I read somewhere that there is somebody that sells a hydraulic unit at the Grand. Any information anybody could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
    Wayne
     
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    There was a vendor at the Grand in Vandalia who offered a hydraulic unit for this loader. As I recall, it was not cheap. I am sure someone on this site will have the name and contact info.
     
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    If these wont fit on my PW loader I am going to sell this setup..
     
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    himark,

    Did you buy this setup or build it? How well does it work? If you bought it, where did you get it? If you built it can I get details?

    Thanks,

    Wayne
     
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    To my knowledge there is only one guy that makes a unit for these and he is purty much retired and is cost prohibitive. This is why I made this one..and it works perfect. I made several others and finally tuned in on this being the final one. You can make a air unit yourself but it is too herky/jerky. I used air over oil and smoothed it all out. I will sell you this one if the cylinder wont work on my new PW. If it does work I will shoot you the details of the parts needed to build your own.
     
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    I am very interested either way. Do you have any pictures of the controls, pump etc.? If you have more pictures could you email them to me at wj9b@aol.com? Any information is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Wayne
     
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    I am very interested either way. Do you have any pictures of the controls, pump etc.? If you have more pictures could you email them to me at wj9b@aol.com? Any information is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Wayne
     
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    himark,

    I would also like to see how you built this unit. Pleaswe e-mail me with whatever specifics you can.

    Tony C
     
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    Looks like Himark took the weekend off! LOL
     
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    himark,

    Did the setup work on the new PW?

    Wayne
     
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