This may be a common thing, but I hadn't noticed it before.
i was plumbing in a second hydraulic port on my 145 this weekend, and got to wondering what this "T" line was originally intended for:
I don't know much about hydraulics, but it seems like if it were used as a tap in for a second hydraulic valve, it wouldn't be able to build much pressure since the fluid could still just go back via the return tube instead of building pressure to run the additional line.
What was it for? Was it an accessory return line tie in? If it is, does anyone has any info on how the factory originally "Tee'd" out the supply lines? Any input appreciated.
Edited by dualresponse1731, April 24, 2016 - 02:00 PM.