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Re: JD planter vs. IHC hydraulics

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Bob Bancroft

01-09-2013 13:15:41

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I am not familiar with a JD planter that only has one hose? What model is it?

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the Unforgiven

01-09-2013 16:43:32

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 Re: JD planter vs. IHC hydraulics in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-09-2013 13:15:41  
It's my "new" 7000 8rW, pull type, finger pick-up. The lift uses one hose running to a "master" cylinder, and the markers use a single hose too.
Now I must admit that I know very little about this planter, just got it unloaded and still setting it up, but I'm about sure that the lift had a single hose. Could very easily be wrong! Thanks guys!!

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01-10-2013 10:26:43

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 Re: JD planter vs. IHC hydraulics in reply to the Unforgiven, 01-09-2013 16:43:32  
You can set it up with a separate hose just for the markers....nice if you want to control the markers separatly.

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Bob Bancroft

01-09-2013 17:04:06

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 Re: JD planter vs. IHC hydraulics in reply to the Unforgiven, 01-09-2013 16:43:32  
Nope, not familiar with that one. I will add though- usually when you're running one way systems with a two way valve, they want you to have the capability to put the valve into "float", so you're not spiking pressure in the system by dead-heading one side of the valve all the time. I initially asked because recent JD planters are apt to have an odd number of hoses. Mine has 5. Even my neighbors', which is still a finger pickup planter, has the extra "return" hose going directly into the tractor sump.

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