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farmall 300 hydralics question

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dewy

12-27-2017 16:12:43




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i need to build a wood splitter...would like to use tractor for power.....what do yall think would be the best system...a pto pump or a resivouir and use tractors pump...any designs would be awesome to study............thanks again,,,dewy




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BarnyardEngineering

12-28-2017 07:38:20




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to dewy, 12-27-2017 16:12:43  
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The higher the GPM, the faster the ram will move.

Your bottom-of-the-line commercially available log splitters have a 13GPM pump, which is about the same as the pump on your 300, except at a much higher pressure (2500PSI vs. 1500PSI). Higher end splitters have 25-30GPM pumps, and cycle much faster.

It depends on how much wood you want to split, and how quickly. Some people are happy with a 3.5GPM pump on a Cub, but they have all winter to cut and split wood. Some people want to split as much wood in as little time as possible, and a 25GPM pump isn't enough.

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DR. EVIL

12-28-2017 03:18:11




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to dewy, 12-27-2017 16:12:43  
I'd use a 2-stage pump, high volume at lower pressure so cylinder moves fast to start splitting or retracting cylinder, moves slower at high pressure to split wood. Lots of higher end splitters use them.

PTO pump makes the most sense, be easiest to use on different tractors but make sure you install guards around pto shaft.



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WayneLee

12-27-2017 18:04:51




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to dewy, 12-27-2017 16:12:43  
PTO



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D Slater

12-27-2017 17:52:59




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to dewy, 12-27-2017 16:12:43  
PTO



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dewy

12-27-2017 18:05:40




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to D Slater, 12-27-2017 17:52:59  
what size pump am i lookin for...how do i size it....thanks dewy



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FastFarmall

12-27-2017 18:48:58




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 Re: farmall 300 hydralics question in reply to dewy, 12-27-2017 18:05:40  
Have you considered a self contained truck hoist pump, the pump and reservoir is all in one, the PTO is smaller than a 540 shaft, but u can reduce that down, and build a stand for it, run the tractor about 1/3 throttle, get a foot operated control valve, and your in business. Get a small cylinder for the ram so it moves faster.



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