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DC,SC,VAC Hydralics

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08-27-2006 18:22:23

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I was thinking of getting a log splitter. Does anyone know what the pressure is for the DC, SC or VAC? The DC and SC are 1954 and the VAC is a 1951.I need 2000 psi. Thanks for any help. John

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08-28-2006 15:16:47

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 Re: DC,SC,VAC Hydralics in reply to kc0bmf, 08-27-2006 18:22:23  
OK thanks alot guys! Will probably just get a portable splitter then. Thanks John

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Joe (Wa)

08-27-2006 23:20:19

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 Re: DC,SC,VAC Hydralics in reply to kc0bmf, 08-27-2006 18:22:23  
VAC with engine mounted pump, relief valve is in Eagle hitch control block set @ 900 - 1000 psi.

Single acting & double acting control valve blocks for remotes have a relief valve set 800 - 850 psi.

Don't know DC & SC.


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John Saeli

08-28-2006 11:15:31

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 Re: DC,SC,VAC Hydralics in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-27-2006 23:20:19  
SC & DC both low press. systems, maybe 1200PSI. By shimming the relief valve, if the pumps are in good shape, you should get close to 2,000. We used to split wood with a '53 DC. An Oak knot would stop it. 4" Cyl. on the splitter.

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