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Charles in Aus.

08-10-2012 03:15:31

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Marlowe's method Jerry ? Sounds really interesting , can't find it in the archives , could you describe it please?

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08-10-2012 09:47:03

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 Re: TO 20 Tractor in reply to Charles in Aus., 08-10-2012 03:15:31  
As I remember it, you place the mower on blocks at the height you wish it to run ay, you then lower the liftllever and exted the top link til it places a compressive load on the top link and then hydraulics responds by incrementally lifting the mower slightly. you lock the top link in that position and go mow.
It"s basically a method of making the top link apply loads(the weight of the mower) to the hydraulic system that simulate increasing draft when the mower tries to drop and the control system responds by raisng the mower to hold the height.

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Todd Kneese

08-11-2012 07:11:29

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 Re: TO 20 Tractor in reply to Jerry/MT, 08-10-2012 09:47:03  
Thanks for the info. I will give it a try. I have to get a tire fixed first. Todd

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08-10-2012 18:13:50

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 Re: TO 20 Tractor in reply to Jerry/MT, 08-10-2012 09:47:03  
I would be very interested to know if this really works.

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08-11-2012 13:50:56

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 Re: TO 20 Tractor in reply to ken52m, 08-10-2012 18:13:50  
Lots of people use this method so I guess it works. Never tried it myself. I mow with a Ford 4610.

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John (UK)

08-11-2012 03:01:46

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 Re: TO 20 Tractor in reply to ken52m, 08-10-2012 18:13:50  
Of course it works, exactly as it would with a plow. It is using the Draft Control system. It takes all the work out of using a Hog and lets the tractor do it.. If you need more info, email me and I will send it....John(UK)

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