Posted by Brian in MA on January 24, 2013 at 05:48:38 from (184.108.40.206):
I searched the archives and wasn't completely successful, so I'll throw my question out there. I'm working on a 4' splitter for the 3 point hitch. What are the hydraulic flow rates for my 4600 and 5600? Are they the same, or is the 5600 higher flow on a bigger tractor? If they are 8 GPM it will work ok, but if they are less it will be painfully slow. I'm trying to decide how slow this will be based on the cylinder I have. Long term I will get a PTO pump, but to get started I plan to use tractor hydraulics to run this. Thanks.
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