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Re: M Hydraulics


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Posted by IH fan on November 10, 2012 at 07:49:18 from (108.246.55.35):

In Reply to: M Hydraulics posted by Super-H-Mike on November 09, 2012 at 05:52:05:


Sparky2 said: (quoted from post at 09:33:25 11/10/12) Thanks, I appreciate your candid comments, I need

straight talk. Well, I can build a tank relatively

easy but I see the Surplus place in NE has them for

$100.00. I am not sure of the tank or PTO size I

need. I see they vary in GPM and I assume that means

the more GPM the faster the log split or whatever

will run. I am still thinking about a 3 pt hoe and

most of them come with a pump. I installed a Saginaw

3 pt on the M months ago. Appreciate the inputs,

helps a ton.


Remember when you are looking at pumps, they are rated at a particular RPM, so you need to take that into consideration. Most pumps are rated at 1800 or 2000 rpm so with an M running a slower speed and driving off the crankshaft, you won't have the rated flow. I have a 240U with a crank driven pump and I am a firm believer in live hydraulics. If you've used them on your 300, you will miss it if you don't go that direction.

Not sure you will need tospend $900 if you already have the mount for a crank driven pump. Northern Hydraulics has them for less unless you get really extravagent. You need one with a keyed shaft and not a spline so you can lock it up solid with the coupler.

This post was edited by IH fan at 07:50:05 11/10/12.



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