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2 Way Cylinder on a D-17

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04-24-2005 11:18:41

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Can anyone tell me the easiest way to plumb a D17 for a 2 way cylinder? I need to run a bale ejector. Thanks in advance.

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04-25-2005 12:12:33

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 Re: 2 Way Cylinder on a D-17 in reply to Clarke, 04-24-2005 11:18:41  

I am not sure you will have enough flow to run a bale ejector. Those high pressure pumps are extremely low volume. Just not sure you will get enough speed.

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04-26-2005 13:24:04

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 Re: 2 Way Cylinder on a D-17 in reply to Lil-Farmer, 04-25-2005 12:12:33  
I'm thinking he's running a bale ejector on a JD baler. They have their own baler powered pump, but use a two way cylinder to tip the ejector side to side to aim the bale into the wagon.

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04-25-2005 11:13:29

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 Re: 2 Way Cylinder on a D-17 in reply to Clarke, 04-24-2005 11:18:41  
Plug a two way valve into the remote coupler, and run the return line from that valve back to the hydraulic resevoir. You need to lock the hydraulic lever in the up position, or hold it, while using the two way. If the tractor has a transport valve, use that to lock the lift arms out. Otherwise, just chain them up so they don't sink down, and have to raise before you get oil through the remote.

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Tom F in Michigan

04-27-2005 10:27:42

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 Re: 2 Way Cylinder on a D-17 in reply to JMS/MN, 04-25-2005 11:13:29  
Dear JMS/MN,

I need to run a 2-way cylinder on a D-15 series II for a lift cylinder on a grain drill. Would the solution you suggested here work for me as well? Also, how does one get the fluid "back to the reservoir"?

Thanks for your help!


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