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Followup to pressure relief valve #2

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12-02-2019 15:38:27

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Got the 2000 lb hydraulic pressure relief tested for my TO35. Minimum cracking pressure is 2800 lbs and sometimes around 3000 lbs. Ordered from "Fix That Ferguson". Have written them for return and replacement. Will let you know how next one tests. After my experience of watching high pressure hydraulic oil shoot up between my legs, when pressure relief valved failed and it cracked the hydraulic cover, I plan to have correct pressure relief before reassembly.

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12-03-2019 05:17:50

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 Re: Followup to pressure relief valve #2 in reply to RedGreenGuy, 12-02-2019 15:38:27  
That's what I was afraid of.

Been contemplating the practicality of cutting one open, making it adjustable, modifying the spring...

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12-03-2019 04:12:48

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 Re: Followup to pressure relief valve #2 in reply to RedGreenGuy, 12-02-2019 15:38:27  
the one I ordered from them works just fine. never tested it.

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12-02-2019 17:44:23

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 Re: Followup to pressure relief valve #2 in reply to RedGreenGuy, 12-02-2019 15:38:27  
YOU mean you don't wwanna get hit with a 2,000 PSI squirt gun? chicken.

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