Posted by Paul in Edmonton on December 20, 2012 at 19:12:49 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Hydraulic Toplink posted by Fuddy Duddy on December 20, 2012 at 18:57:16:
Doesn't sound like a bad idea to me--I don't have any implements that would need it, but that dirt scoop sounds like it could use it.
I wish my back blade was remotely controllable (in rotation, of course; up and down works fine with the position control). But since I don't have hydraulics at all, it would be a lot of work. And besides, I want about 300° of rotation in the blade, so there's no way a ram would work--it would need a motor and gears. But it would sure be nice to not have to jump on/off about fifteen times in the course of clearing snow from my drive to put the blade where I want it. Last weekend, when I was getting off to adjust the blade, I accidentally kicked it into gear, and the tractor started driving away without me! :shock:
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