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CA rear lift capability

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Captain.n/e,Mo.

01-15-2003 17:30:07




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I was told the CA had the same hyd pump as the wd.
How much will the CA lift? Will it lift a 4x5 round bale with a 3 point adapter?




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Captain.n/e,Mo.

01-17-2003 14:08:01




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 Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Captain.n/e,Mo., 01-15-2003 17:30:07  
Thanks guys. if it'll lift or at least try to lift an 8 foot disk and pull the front end off the ground ,it should lift a 600 to 800 lb round bale.I do'nt mind going backwards to get where I'm going.



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Eldon

01-17-2003 22:47:19




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 Re: Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Captain.n/e,Mo., 01-17-2003 14:08:01  

I'm not sure what my disc weighs, but I put it on my 170 and I could pop wheelies with it, too.....



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RMD

01-16-2003 07:12:30




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 Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Captain.n/e,Mo., 01-15-2003 17:30:07  
Generally you will lift the front of the tractor off the ground before you run out of hydraulic power.



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eldon

01-15-2003 18:14:52




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 Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Captain.n/e,Mo., 01-15-2003 17:30:07  

I don't believe it is the same pump as the WD....some parts may be interchangeable.
It will lift more than the front end can handle as shown in a pic on my webpage....I think it is on page 2.



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DanD.

01-15-2003 20:02:21




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 Re: Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to eldon, 01-15-2003 18:14:52  
It is basically the same pump as a WD or WD45. The control linkage is different, but that's really the main difference.



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Eldon

01-15-2003 18:22:58




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 Re: Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to eldon, 01-15-2003 18:14:52  

I'll try that link again...



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T.J.-N.J.

01-16-2003 17:04:30




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 Re: Re: Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Eldon, 01-15-2003 18:22:58  
Man Eldon I thought I had the Allis bug bad but you have a full blown case of orange fever! Nice collection. T.J.



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JWS

01-15-2003 18:32:42




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 Re: Re: Re: CA rear lift capability in reply to Eldon, 01-15-2003 18:22:58  
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