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Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630

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Fred from Mo

01-11-2018 11:06:51




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My understanding is the 630 hydraulics was vastly improved from the 60's hydraulic systems. From posts on here my understanding is the limit to a 60 rockshaft lifting is around 800lbs, my question is, does the 630 rockshaft have greater lifting abilities than 800lbs?

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machineryman1945

01-12-2018 15:58:29




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Fred from Mo, 01-11-2018 11:06:51  
I can assure you that taking a 1950's tractor and getting it to do 2017's choirs is really not a good ideal.



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machineryman1945

01-12-2018 04:24:32




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Fred from Mo, 01-11-2018 11:06:51  
no comparison....620 has modern hydraulics....



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Ronnie Budd

01-11-2018 20:51:28




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Fred from Mo, 01-11-2018 11:06:51  
My 60 will lift and carry 1500 pound bales. It makes the front end really light and soft ground can make the front end come up. I steered with the brakes when that happened. A few times when the snow and mud was deep, I would have to back to the feeders.



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fixerupper

01-11-2018 19:33:13




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Fred from Mo, 01-11-2018 11:06:51  
I lifted and carried 1500+ lb round bales with the 3pt on a 630. Some of the heavier bales made the hydraulics squeal though.



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PJH

01-11-2018 20:07:38




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to fixerupper, 01-11-2018 19:33:13  
Jim, my 630 hydraulics won't squeal with a super heavy bale, but the front end might come off of the ground, ha. My neighbors feed tractor broke down, and I fed hay with my 630 for him for a month. Heaviest bales I ever messed with. He had a real gentle rise into his feed area, and I had to either tie the bale to the spear, or back up to the feeders. Those bales were supposed to weigh 2000 lbs, but I never had the chance to weigh one. I had a 45 loader on the 630, but I refused to try to haul one on the loader. They weren't designed for a load like that. Of course, the three point wasn't designed for it either. Who had heard of a 2000 lb bale in 1960.

I can stick the same bale with my 50 - same results - nose in the air. I think the 60 should lift a 1500 lb bale, but would pick the front end if not on level ground.

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Mike M

01-11-2018 13:19:03




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Fred from Mo, 01-11-2018 11:06:51  
The "normal" 3pt on a 620-630 is the biggest improvement. Hyd. pressure should be more too. Being able to separate 3pt and hyd. outlet functions is a BIG plus too. I think I lifted a 1500 lb. generator with my JD530 and a 3pt fork lift fork frame. So this was behind the hitch balls. I'm not 100% sure I used the 530, but know I did use a 620 to do that once. So they do lift pretty good.



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coonie minnie

01-11-2018 15:11:41




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 Re: Difference in 3 point lift capabilities 60 vrs 630 in reply to Mike M, 01-11-2018 13:19:03  
I'm thinking the 620-30 would have a bigger cylinder controling the 3pt as well.



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