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Re: Got the 3-point mounted

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01-29-2013 21:36:50

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Do not "plug" the Cylinder,vent it or it will air(or worse 'hydro lock') lock.You do not want "power down" on a 3point.I have a SuperH with the same setup,it works great,no need to use "3 hands".

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Dave H (MI)

01-30-2013 07:50:37

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 Re: Got the 3-point mounted in reply to DeltaRed, 01-29-2013 21:36:50  
I'm curious...not a challenge. Why do you not want down power on your 3 pt? I am assuming you are saying that gravity drop is the way to go, correct me if I am wrong. The number series tractors I have been looking at with FH all appear to have cylinders on them that move the hitch up AND down. I was thinking this was an advantage over my 1989 Ford which drops the implement and does not put any pressure on the implement when doing, say, post hole digging. Down pressure PTO was an expensive option on that tractor that I passed on when I bought it new back was the most expensive thing I ever bought at the time and that includes vehicles.

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01-30-2013 08:05:05

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 Re: Got the 3-point mounted in reply to Dave H (MI), 01-30-2013 07:50:37  
I do not want power down.from the original post,It appeared that he thought he needed power down.Power down will usually get you in trouble.

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Dave H (MI)

01-30-2013 16:18:22

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 Re: Got the 3-point mounted in reply to DeltaRed, 01-30-2013 08:05:05  
I guess we have to disagree on that one. Post holes are a bear without it as is rear tire adjustment/change. That's just for starters, if you want to talk tillage...

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