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Re: Loader hydraulic too powerful
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I sound like a broken record telling you that I am not a hydraulic
expert, but I'm not. You'd think I'd just stop answering hydraulic
questions, but that would be smart of me, and, well......
Anyway, a restrictor would probably be what you're looking for,
adjustable if you can find one.
I had a Case 930 CK that someone had cobbled an 8N sized loader on.
That tractor had two pair of remote outlets, a category II 3pt
hitch, a 15GPM flow rate and held about 16 gallons of hydraulic
oil if I remember correctly. Loader was way to fast both up and down.
The previous owner had put a standard old ball valve in the line,
removed the handle and used a screwdriver to adjust the flow rate.
It worked, but I always wondered about back pressure etc.
I didn't keep it long enough to have trouble with it.
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