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Re: Hydraulics for a WC

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08-13-2002 22:53:59




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NO-Castings between the engine and beyond are all different.




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Sid

08-14-2002 11:14:45




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 Re: Re: Hydraulics for a WC in reply to JMS/MN, 08-13-2002 22:53:59  
Did not Allis Chalmers have a mechical lift availble for the WC? I think I remember seeing WCs with cultivers on them. I think they had somthing to do with the pulley drive on the side. Did I dream this or does someone know about this? Sid



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08-14-2002 12:53:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Hydraulics for a WC in reply to Sid , 08-14-2002 11:14:45  
Sid, the mechanical lift bolted to the top of the driveline between the transmission and the differential. Problem was that you had to be in a forward gear to get the thing to work. John



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Denny

08-14-2002 13:34:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hydraulics for a WC in reply to John (C-IL), 08-14-2002 12:53:29  
John, it would work standing still if you put down the rear disconnect lever and left it in a any forward gear. In that respect it isn't a lot different than hydraulics. The negative is that it is two position and the position is not easily changed. I've been toying with the idea of using this lift to lift a three point setup on my WC so I could use it for shredding. Where do you get a round to it?

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