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Re: Case 300 hydraulics

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Straw Boss

11-07-2013 19:00:01
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Since you're all on the subject, can someone tell me why Case made the option to turn the pump off? Why would you need to?




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Joe (Wa)

11-07-2013 21:02:05
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 Re: Case 300 hydraulics in reply to Straw Boss, 11-07-2013 19:00:01  
If the tractor does not have a Eagle hitch or you are not using it for extended periods, there is no need to run the pump unless you hookup something to the remotes.

Joe



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Christopher Mikesell

11-07-2013 20:19:30
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 Re: Case 300 hydraulics in reply to Straw Boss, 11-07-2013 19:00:01  
Cockshutt did the same thing with their 35, 40, and 50 series tractors. I think the idea was that it wouldn't wear as much if it didn't run when you didn't need it.
Interestingly, disengaging the hydraulic pump on one of these Cockshutt tractors also disengages the shaft that runs the live PTO.



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