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Case Nutty 1660 200b post hole digger ??

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06-03-2013 17:22:06

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Hello, a while back ( maybe a year ) you posted some pics including a 200b (I think) with a hydraulic post hole digger/auger on it. The auger was I think being run by a front mounted hydraulic pump usually used for a loader. My question is where did you plumb the suction side from on the torque tube and where is the return line ( from the non factory open center valve) dumping the oil back into the torque tube? Is it as simple as the drain plug and fill plug? I'd like to do something similar for my 3 pt wood splitter so that I have the option of using the splitter without the loader on. Thanks always enjoy your posts

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06-04-2013 07:01:02

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 Re: Case Nutty 1660 200b post hole digger ?? in reply to Dairyfarmerinma, 06-03-2013 17:22:06  
Thanks Tom -a most helpful explanation !

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06-04-2013 06:23:47

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 Re: Case Nutty 1660 200b post hole digger ?? in reply to Dairyfarmerinma, 06-03-2013 17:22:06  
Will, the digger on the 200B was a pto drive but I do have down pressure on it that is powered by the hyd system, yes I use the hyd sump for oil, yes I use the drain and fill for ports, I do have a suction filter to protect the pump, it works ok this way but it is a little short on oil for cooling if you are really going to load/work the system and get the oil hot, for what i do with it it;s fine for me, if you would like pics of it let me know hopw this helps answer your questions cnt

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