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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1850 Hydraulic pressure

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lStangle

04-25-2014 04:32:31
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I'm looking at purchasing a 1966 1850 with the Perkins engine and was wondering what the hydraulic capabilities of theses old tractors are? I need to run my new Holland 846 round baler and am not sure if this will have enough pressure to raise the end gate? My old Farmalls won't do it and they run about 800-1100 psi...Does anyone know what they run at if everything is working properly?




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rrman61

04-25-2014 18:27:45
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  
Had an 846 baler and used to bale exclusively with our 1650.All day long,without a hitch.Been a while,if I remember right it had springs you could adjust on the gate?Might be set too tight.



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Lstangle

04-25-2014 10:11:15
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  
Not sure how much pressure but I know its more than the old 350, 400, 450 Farmalls put out. They will open the gate but only if done while pushing a bale out at the same time. What do you mean by "open slowly"? Olivers valves make it hard to feather the hydraulics?



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Josh in Pa

04-25-2014 08:11:42
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  
It should be around 2000 psi and open your baler easily.
Josh



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J. Heikk

04-25-2014 07:05:22
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  
My 1750 runs a Hesston 5545 with little effort.



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hd6gtom

04-25-2014 06:12:55
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  
my 1800C runs my 851 with no problems. It has a new hyd pump in it.



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J.Wondergem

04-25-2014 05:40:59
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 Re: 1850 Hydraulic pressure in reply to lStangle, 04-25-2014 04:32:31  

WOW. How much pressure does it take to raise your end gate? I have a M5 Moline and run a Hesston 5800 with no problems.



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