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Steve (PA)

07-17-2013 15:06:42
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A little off subject, but doesn"t the Zang Thang cause the hydraulic system to be constantly adjusting? And doesn"t this cause excessive wear to the old pump systems?




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Jason S.

07-17-2013 15:39:09
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 Re: Zang Thang in reply to Steve (PA), 07-17-2013 15:06:42  
Really if you think about it the lift is constantly readjusting itself anyway. That"s just a part of having draft control, with it constantly readjusting itself so I can"t see that a position control device would cause the lift to work anymore than if you was plowing with it.



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Jeremy in DE

07-17-2013 15:27:23
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 Re: Zang Thang in reply to Steve (PA), 07-17-2013 15:06:42  

Steve (PA) said: (quoted from post at 23:06:42 07/17/13) A little off subject, but doesn"t the Zang Thang cause the
hydraulic system to be constantly adjusting? And doesn"t this cause excessive wear to the old pump
systems?


I suspect you'll get an an answer from more technically minded people. But from a user perspective I see no more wear or adjustment on the hydraulics from a position control device (Zang Thang or the above pictured one) than using the draft control while plowing. Maybe it causes more wear than having the hydraulics and PTO disengaged entirely, but I think they were made to plow all day, day after day.
At least that's my justification. I followed the directions from the FENA site. A wonderful addition to my TO30.
This post was edited by Jeremy in DE at 15:37:37 07/17/13.

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