The charging circuit consists of your battery, ignition switch, rectifier/regulator, and stator. When your engine is operating, your stator produces an alternating current by means of electromagnetic induction. This alternating current is fed to your rectifier/regulator by two wires. These two stator wires connect to the AC – and AC + terminals on the rectifier/regulator. The rectifier/regulator converts the alternating current into a direct current and is fed out of it through the terminal marked B+. This wire leads to the “rectifier or R” terminal on your ignition switch. This direct current charges your battery.
The starter solenoid is a relay switch that contains 2 circuits and has 3 or 4 wires connecting to and from it. Two of these wires are heavy gauge, and the remaining are smaller gauge. The two heavy gauge wires are connected to your starter and to your battery. The remaining small gauge wires are connected to the small terminals on the starter solenoid and lead to the ignition switch and to the common ground. If your starter solenoid only has one small wire or terminal, the ground is through the solenoid’s mounting bracket.
A hydraulic system is a simple, space efficient way of multiplying and transferring your engine’s power to multiple applications for your tractor. By utilizing hydraulics you can build a front end loader, backhoe, 3 point hitch, 3 way plow, a dump trailer and much more. The limits are in your imagination.
Pressure: Is the resistance to flow normally created by a load. This is expressed as Pounds per square inch or PSIFlow: This is the rate of which fluid flows through a system. This is expressed as Gallons per Minute or GPMDisplacement: This is the volume of fluid.