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Re: 830 Hydraulic volume?

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Lazy WP

05-19-2013 11:08:44

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Guess I better add that this will be a quick attach loader, and I intend to have it off the tractor as much as its on. I know, you can't have everything, but I want it all. :)

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Adirondack case guy

05-19-2013 14:51:58

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 Re: 830 Hydraulic volume? in reply to Lazy WP, 05-19-2013 11:08:44  
As John S, said 15gpm should give you good loader response for an ag tractor. If you are looking for smooth precise control of the boom and bucket, I would recommend an auxilery valve tied to one of the remotes. The spools in the Case valves have no feathering capabilities, for smooth loader operation.
The pump/control unit you sent me is going to run a loader on my 440. I will post pics when assembled and operating.Good luck with yours.

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Lazy WP

05-19-2013 19:09:40

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 Re: 830 Hydraulic volume? in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-19-2013 14:51:58  
Thanks Loren, I was figuring on the valves, as I will have a grapple fork, tilt and lift. I am impressed with the 830 hydraulics so far. I used it all winter, running the log splitter, and it was just as fast as the PTO pump, or the 7045 Allis. I was hoping to get 25 gpm. I LIKE FAST loaders.

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