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Case dc hydralic and pto clutch questions

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12-03-2019 07:16:36

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How strong is the hydraulic system on the later DC's? On the live pto clutch were there any issues, was it weak? (its not a big unit) size wise. On any I been around they did not use the hydraulics much just for very simple things. Mine has 3 PTH so I want to use it. Will be a little while before I get to that as I am concentrating on the engine now.

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John Saeli

12-03-2019 11:17:26

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 Re: Case dc hydralic and pto clutch questions in reply to jocco, 12-03-2019 07:16:36  
The chain drive hyd. systems, such as the DC were excellent systems. More capacity than the pumps used on the tractors that replaced them. A 1953 DC had more Hyd capacity than a 1964 830. After adding shims to the relief valve, our '53 DC would lift a 6 row corn planter full of seed & fertilizer before you could take your hand off the lever. Must use a 4" cyl. for a load like that.

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12-03-2019 08:28:22

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 Re: Case dc hydralic and pto clutch questions in reply to jocco, 12-03-2019 07:16:36  
One more - as far as lifting capacity, our DC's could lift a JD 7000 4 row planter full of dry fertilizer and seed with no problems. That's probably the heaviest thing our DC's would lift.

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12-03-2019 08:24:32

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 Re: Case dc hydralic and pto clutch questions in reply to jocco, 12-03-2019 07:16:36  
I have a 53 DC with awf, live power, eagle hitch, and dual valve hydraulics. I just put a new clutch in about 2 years ago. Other than that, it has been a great tractor. We used it on a 100 cow dairy as 1 of 5 DC's. It was used as a chore tractor, hay, blower duty etc. Never had a problem with the live power or hydraulics. I'm sure the hydraulics are not as stout as they were when new, but it still lifts 3 point implements just fine - which is all I use it now for anyways!

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