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611b hydraulics

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lustforrust

12-26-2009 20:55:15




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I was wondering if the 611b had power down on the hydraulics. And if it did how much power did they usually have. Mine will go down only with an implement on it. Thanks in advance for the info.




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John Saeli

12-27-2009 11:43:25




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 Re: 611b hydraulics in reply to lustforrust, 12-26-2009 20:55:15  
That is actually a good thing. Piston & seals are still snug yet.



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JGarner

12-28-2009 06:56:52




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 Re: 611b hydraulics in reply to John Saeli, 12-27-2009 11:43:25  
John, did Case add power down with the 30 series? Our '63 830 had power down, worked great when turning over new ground, and it seems my '60 630 does also. With no implement on you can move the 3pt lever to the full down position and the arms don't just slowly drop,they move down.

It seems when I have the back blade on in the angled position with the right draft arm adjusted down that I can make it cut deeper when using the full down position while moving.

Jim

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bradley martin

12-27-2009 04:22:51




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 Re: 611b hydraulics in reply to lustforrust, 12-26-2009 20:55:15  
Assuming you are talking about the eagle hitch, the answer is no power down, lift only. If you are wondering about the remotes, it is 2-way power provided you are attached to a double-acting cylinder.



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