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Re: '46 VAC hydraulics

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SDLars said: (quoted from post at 08:47:36 07/16/14) Picked up a VAC a couple of days ago. VAC's are totally new to me. If I plumb in a hydraulic coupler will the pump handle a little one way cylinder like on a sickle mower.

As stated, the belt pulley piston pump is high pressure (2,000 psi) piston pump while the engine mounted gear pump is spec'd at 900 psi. The belt pulley pump will operate any cylinder rated for that much pressure but is limited to the volume of fluid (oil) held in the belt pulley housing. The low pressure pump uses the torque tube as its' reservoir and is better suited for larger dia. cylinders to get the same ram force BUT the pump output volume is about 3x the belt pulley pump's flow. I have a '48 with a 3-point using the belt pulley pump and center-yoke 1 1/2" cylinder and it will lift and carry a 5' K. Kutter rough-cut rotary mower. So, I agree with the others that, if 2,000 psi is enough for your application, the belt pulley pump will work for your application. For more info - -CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE-
This post was edited by mj at 16:21:23 07/16/14.

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