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Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved.

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Puddles

12-04-2012 09:46:46
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From what I can see in your pictures on the other forum, you're gonna have structural problems where the hydraulic cylinder is tail hold on both ends. You have the C-channel going the weak way, I'll bet anything you'll need to brace them, at least with a V going back to the side frame. :wink:




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Fawteen

12-04-2012 11:53:51
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 09:46:46  
There ARE braces going from as low on the fixed mount of the cylinder as I could get them, going to the main frame about halfway forward, just above the axles.

Learned that lesson the first time I tried to lift the empty bed, even before it was decked.

I may box that rear member, or if you have a better way to reinforce it, let me know.



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Puddles

12-04-2012 12:00:49
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Fawteen, 12-04-2012 11:53:51  
Maybe something like this, try to use the same size / width / height material.



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Stick welding

12-04-2012 22:11:12
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 12:00:49  
Puddles, that's what I was trying to suggest but didn't have your computer savvy to show a pick. LoL I still think the pump may be turning too fast. I would put a tach. on it to check the RPM.



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Fawteen

12-04-2012 12:21:18
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 12:00:49  

This shows the bracing to the rear (fixed) end of the cylinder.

I like the idea of bracing that rear cross member on the subframe tho. I'll have to see what I can scrounge up for material.

After cleaning up the plumbing I loaded about of yard of wet compost on it, and dumped it okay.

Definitely going to have to re-gear it, it was ALL that 5.5 Honda wanted to lift that load.

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Puddles

12-04-2012 13:18:48
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Fawteen, 12-04-2012 12:21:18  
It might just be the picture, but it looks like that box tube is already bowed?



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Fawteen

12-04-2012 13:40:51
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 13:18:48  
Camera distortion.

The push point on the dump frame has been triangulated since that picture was taken.

Next time I have the bed tilted up I'll take some more pictures.



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paul

12-04-2012 10:59:10
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to Puddles, 12-04-2012 09:46:46  
I can't weld worth a darn, but that would sound right to me, Puddles.

--->Paul



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DBer60!

12-04-2012 20:41:20
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 Re: Hydraulic Problem Solved. in reply to paul, 12-04-2012 10:59:10  
If the gate valve is just a plain water (plumbing)valve it can burst due to more pressure than it is rated to handle,i have had it happen.BE CAREFUL DON



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