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Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure?

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Bulldozer

11-08-2012 18:12:37
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That's a relief don't have to get a replacement plunger, one less thing!




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soundguy

11-08-2012 18:30:17
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to Bulldozer, 11-08-2012 18:12:37  
the flat spot discover happens almost as much as people asking if they can use a roto tiller on their 8n.

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Bulldozer

11-08-2012 19:04:40
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to soundguy, 11-08-2012 18:30:17  
Found a used 42" wide rotor tiller, thinking about hooking it up once get the tractor re assembled.

However, probably takes too much HP.



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soundguy

11-09-2012 15:51:22
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to Bulldozer, 11-08-2012 19:04:40  
laugh!


plenty of hp.

too high of ground speed.

just like we tell the other 3 million people that ask this every spring!

get a plow.

it will plow all day...



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Bulldozer

11-10-2012 07:42:52
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to soundguy, 11-09-2012 15:51:22  

Wont't a disc harlow get the same result as the tiller, except it takes multiple passes??

Saw an 8N with a rotor tiller on You-Tube, recently.

U R correct, looked like drag racing.



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soundguy

11-10-2012 13:08:22
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to Bulldozer, 11-10-2012 07:42:52  
i prefer a disc to a tiller.

you can find a reare howard or everett tranny for a older ford that lets them have a very low ground speed to use a rotovator or trencher.. etc.



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Bulldozer

11-11-2012 04:10:22
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to soundguy, 11-10-2012 13:08:22  
Viewed to videos on You Tube, yesterday, one 9N and one 8N both using a tiller.

The 9N was going slow probably had a Sherman auxilary transmission

The 8N was going really fast, probably stock setup.

Found a 42" wide tiller with a hydraulic motor
connected to the gear box.

Suppose the total setup would have a hydraulic pump connected to the 8N PTO with hydraulic lines from the pump to the tiller hydraulic motor.

Would this set up work on an 8N?

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11-12-2012 06:10:35
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 Re: Curiosity killed the oil pressure? in reply to Bulldozer, 11-11-2012 04:10:22  
again.. with the N ground speed low.. that means you are idling... that means pto speed is slow.. that means your hyd output is low.. that means that hyd tiller is slow.

you've been told muktiple times now that N are not good tilelr machines. there are pretty much 2 trannies that make them a tiller machine. a howard and an everette.

a sherman DOES NOT make them a tiller machine. it slows down the trans AND the pto.

the howard and everette ONLY slow down the ground speed.. NOT the pto.

you seem intent of finding a 1200$ soloution to adding a tiller to an N when it's far cheaper to find a machine suited to use a tiller.. or simply get a plow and disc.

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