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I see 2 pumps,on the side of the engine. Forward seems to be power steering. Rear seems to be implement. Question is, does the rear implement pump power the hyd trans also, or is another pump in the trans, powered by a driveshaft? Cant spring for the tech manuals yet, but hope to in a month or two. Thanks
 

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The hydrostatic transmission is driven by the engine crankshaft and contains its own pump. The two pumps on the engine are for implements and power steering. Three "pumps" are highlighted below.

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If I'm not mistaken, the steering pump also provides "charge" pressure for the hydrostat too.
 

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The hydrostatic transmission is driven by the engine crankshaft and contains its own pump. The two pumps on the engine are for implements and power steering. Three "pumps" are highlighted below.

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The hydrostatic transmission is driven by the engine crankshaft and contains its own pump. The two pumps on the engine are for implements and power steering. Three "pumps" are highlighted below.

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Thanks for the reply and the schematics. Thought that was the way it operated, but the owners manual seems to reference two.
 
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