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Re: External cylinder running of internal hydraulics?

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03-03-2013 11:56:38

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And yet that little cylinder was enough to bend your upper arms like a pretzel! :lol:

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03-03-2013 15:47:08

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 Re: External cylinder running of internal hydraulics? in reply to R Geiger, 03-03-2013 11:56:38  
It was kind of funny to look at those bent arms. It didn't happen fast just sort of over time. I will bet the amount of weight we put in that loader all the time didnt help.

Weird thing was that they didn't bend evenly. We replaced one and then the other about 5 years later. Made it hell to level the mower and blade.

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03-03-2013 16:48:15

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 Re: External cylinder running of internal hydraulics? in reply to notjustair, 03-03-2013 15:47:08  
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The maximum bending force that can be generated on the chained lift arms is 1500 PSI x the area of the 3pt lift cylinder. The relief valve won't let the hydraulic pressure exceed that limit regardless of where the load to be lifted is located. The N-series lift arms are simply a tad under designed for the loads the hydraulic system can lift. Prolonged lifting of a heavy implement on the rear will bend them just the same as prolonged lifting of heavy loads in a loader bucket.


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