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jim on van isle

08-08-2020 08:43:50




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Is there hydraulic ports on this tractor that I can plumb some lines into to get constant flow so that I can run the hydraulics of our bale wrapper? Thanks. Jim S




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bradley martin

08-08-2020 12:36:07




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 Re: case 430 hyd in reply to jim on van isle, 08-08-2020 08:43:50  
You can for a very short period of time before the pump or valve or both burn out. Small reservoir heats up real quick! A lesson I learned the hard way attempting to convey a wagonload of beans.



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mEl

08-08-2020 10:04:32




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 Re: case 430 hyd in reply to jim on van isle, 08-08-2020 08:43:50  
Not in its present configuration, it may be possible to to get a top hydraulic valve cover off a DOM tractor that fed live hydraulics to the DOM valve and use that as a constant flow feed but it will have to be hooked up to a sump return in open center configuration so flow is not interrupted when the machine is unhooked. If the flow is blocked off the pump will be forced to pump against system pressure and pump damage will occour quickly.

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Tgrasher

08-08-2020 11:53:07




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 Re: case 430 hyd in reply to mEl, 08-08-2020 10:04:32  
What happens when the remote lever stays in a flow position and both hoses are used. Can one power a hydraulic auger?



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