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Discussion Board - Re: Converting winch auger to HYD raise/lower

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01-09-2013 04:52:08

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Remember to think about a brake of some kind to hold it from winding back down.

We had orbital hydraulic motor lift on a grain elevator. It had a fiction brake to hold it in place. It worked great for lifting compared to hand cranking.


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01-09-2013 20:30:10

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 Re: Converting winch auger to HYD raise/lower in reply to IaGary, 01-09-2013 04:52:08  
Sounds great guys. If I do either, I will utilize the hand crank that's already there as it has the automatic brake on it, don't have to crank it back up a notch after lowering to set it or anything. It's an 8x71

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Robert major

01-11-2013 16:49:06

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 Re: Converting winch auger to HYD raise/lower in reply to IHMANKY, 01-09-2013 20:30:10  
Hi yes if it's that big use the winch and just add the motor. I forgot to say we re fitted the old hand crank winch back on when we did the conversion. It was one like yours that didn't need turning back to lock it.
good luck and I hope it works good for you.
Regards Robert

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