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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

tiller power conversion

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the baler

06-13-2019 04:22:15




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hi there, would anyone know how i might go about converting my county line tiller from pto driven to hydraulic drive???




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jaoneill

06-13-2019 17:44:26




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 Re: tiller power conversion in reply to the baler, 06-13-2019 04:22:15  
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You would need some serious hydraulics. The gearbox on my trencher failed last year and I had a brand new 30 hp, 550rpm hydraulic motor on the shelf from an abandoned project and thought it would be the ideal solution. I was wrong; not sure whether the tractor's 18 gpm output wasn't enough or the motor just wasn't the right type or not big enough, but it was an abject failure. My thought is that to generate that kind of power you would need a serious PTO pump with an equally serious hyd motor.

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SVcummins

06-13-2019 12:53:40




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 Re: tiller power conversion in reply to the baler, 06-13-2019 04:22:15  
You’ll need a motor that turns around 540 rpms and enough horsepower to run the tiller



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