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Re: IH 1086 hydraulic question

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pete 23

02-09-2013 11:55:04

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On the up down trick rate like you called it. You make the orfice with a wide flat groove in one side , flat on the other. Put the flat side so it seals on flat surface for lowereing but when raising the oil goes around outside of orfice and flows through the groove. Orfice has to be some what smaller than size of hole it is fitted in or have flats on a couple sides so oil can go around outer dia easily. IH used a lot of those kind of orfices in different applications.

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02-09-2013 16:56:14

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 Re: IH 1086 hydraulic question in reply to pete 23, 02-09-2013 11:55:04  
Pete - on the orifice up/down trick, I finally understand. My problem was with the nomenclature. You said you start with a bolt which, to me, is a cylinder with a curved side and flat ends. I drink my beer from the end of a can, not the side. Now, when you make the cylinder shorter and shorter, eventually you end up with a disc, where the ends of the original cylinder are now the sides of the disc that you were referring to. Got it now - sorry for being slow on the uptake. Neat trick, which I'll remember. Thanks.

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