Have you run it yet? If you have and not functioning correctly reverse the lines. If it works right you are good to go.The first photo shows the way i set it up but i am not sure if it is right or not for the backhoe i am thinking of installing
Yes, it does matter.Does it mater which conector you hook the return line to on the back of the tractor? Would it mater which way the flow is on the backhoe?
Actually, neither of your drawings are technically correct. The top port of the tractor rear PB is pressure that comes from the SVC PB port. The bottom port of the rear PB feeds pressure and flow to the rockshaft control valve.The first photo shows the way i set it up but i am not sure if it is right or not for the backhoe i am thinking of installing
I wouldn't think it should have been a "gusher shooting out the back". The PB lines have quick connects on them with check balls. The check balls should have locked the oil in which would have caused the hydraulics to be on relief when you started the engine without the jumper hose connected.The top line (hard line) is supply and connects under the loader handle. The lower (rubber line) is return and connects to the fitting under the seat. I learned first hand the other day when I forgot to install the back lines that loop the other day and started the tractor to check for leaks on the new power beyond I just installed :banghead: it was a gusher shooting out the back!