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Re: Hydraulic tiller question

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Case Nutty 1660

05-01-2013 08:16:27

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Tim, first yes it should till a previous garden, as to "bogging" a couple things come to mind, I will say your pump on the tractor is fine due to the splitter working well as you lose psi before you will notice gpm which your tiller wants both of do you have hyd couplers on your tiller hoses? I have seen these cause too much restriction and I have went to no couplers, next what kind of oil do you have in the hyd syatem? I like 15wt-40wt dsl engine oil do not use hyd oil or atf also run engine wide open at all times when tilling I need to get your ops sent I also have a copy of the tiller ops as well

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05-01-2013 11:05:45

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 Re: Hydraulic tiller question in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-01-2013 08:16:27  
No couplings, hoses screw together. Didn't have it wide open, only about 3/4 throttle. I haven't changed the oil in the system, so I'm not sure exactly what is in it. I'll try changing it and add a new filter and see if that helps it. Are those hydraulic motors prone to failure?

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Case Nutty 1660

05-01-2013 11:15:06

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 Re: Hydraulic tiller question in reply to TimBinWV, 05-01-2013 11:05:45  
no they are very long life unless they have been contianimated the gear box just grease in it like corn picker grease, I guess you could have a bad brg in it too, but its very important to run throttle wide open also do not put down pressure on it use the float postition on the lift lever with tines running in forward rotation

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