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Post driver on a 685

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05-05-2009 18:43:10

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Neighbor has a 685 and trying to plumb a post driver on it. Where should he plumb it in at?

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05-08-2009 02:50:56

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 Re: Post driver on a 685 in reply to Tom-ky, 05-05-2009 18:43:10  
Went and looked at this yestrday. he had the lines hookjed up wrong.

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05-07-2009 05:44:01

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 Re: Post driver on a 685 in reply to Tom-ky, 05-05-2009 18:43:10  
Since no one has an answer for you I will try. First we need to know what type of pounder? Some have a cylinder and linkage that lifts the weight, and a trip that drops the weight. These simply plug into the remote couplers just like any other remote cylinder. Other pounders lift the weight with a 1 way hydraulic cylinder and the oil from that cylinder must be released very quickly to allow the cyl. to drop fast. They need a large hose for the return flow that goes directly to the hyd tank with no couplers and no restriction. Hope this helps. DK

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C. Amick

05-06-2009 17:11:27

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 Re: Post driver on a 685 in reply to Tom-ky, 05-05-2009 18:43:10  
I know that this is not the answer to your question, but the best place to mount one is on the front of a tractor. It make it a lot easier to line yourself up to a post with the front wheel and you are not twisting to look back.

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