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220 Spra-Coupe part needed...

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02-06-2012 18:05:04

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It's an '86 model, so I figure it gets close to making the YT cut.. Agco wants a pot of gold for a new boom swing electric actuator, I'd rather buy a decent used one off of someone and pay them shipping as opposed to giving my firstborn to Agco. If you have one laying around or on a blown up machine and would like to sell one, I'd appreciate it.

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02-07-2012 06:14:49

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 Re: 220 Spra-Coupe part needed... in reply to IHMANKY, 02-06-2012 18:05:04  
Haven't been by there in a while, but these guys usta have a bunch of used/salvage Spra Coupes out back and the head mechanic used to be the shop foreman when his dad owned the local A-C/Agco dealership: Bargain Equipment, Ripley, TN (731) 221-1002

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02-06-2012 22:01:53

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 Re: 220 Spra-Coupe part needed... in reply to IHMANKY, 02-06-2012 18:05:04  
There used to be several around me here in North-East Iowa. When the electric actuators would go bad we would change them over to hydraulics. We would mount a Chrysler power steering pump and a valve stack. Then just bought new cylinders that would replace the electric actuators. Even back then the conversion was usually not much more costly than the new electric actuators. The guys running them liked the hydraulics much better than the electric controls. They would work faster. Plus you could feather them too.

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02-06-2012 19:56:02

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 Re: 220 Spra-Coupe part needed... in reply to IHMANKY, 02-06-2012 18:05:04  
Gary, looked at those, looks like the same ones I found on Surplus Center's site, can't see a way to use them without some extremely creative fab work. I wish it did have a hyd. pump, we wouldn't be having this conversation! I'd convert it all to hyd. booms and be done with it! Much faster and more reliable. If I ever find a worthless coupe cheap that has the hydraulic portion intact, I will buy it and swap the hyd's over to mine. The commercially available kit is just too expensive to justify for me.

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02-06-2012 19:43:34

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 Re: 220 Spra-Coupe part needed... in reply to IHMANKY, 02-06-2012 18:05:04  
Can you match up one of these for your needs?

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02-06-2012 19:19:49

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 Re: 220 Spra-Coupe part needed... in reply to IHMANKY, 02-06-2012 18:05:04  
If it has a hydraulic pump on it for anything, you could put a hyd. cylinder in place of the electric motor. I did that with a hesston round baler that the electric motor for the twine tie went out on. Worked as good as the motor did.

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