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 01-21-2005, 08:57 Post: 104594
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Is there an adapter available to tap into the 4100 hydraulics for implement use? Would like to add a simple log splitter using tractor's system.
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 01-21-2005, 09:34 Post: 104598
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YES,

Search the archives for "Power Beyond"

That will give you some direction.






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 01-21-2005, 10:33 Post: 104606
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mmbeki - Please explain where these 'archives' are located. I didn't see any way to access them (sorry, I'm new to this group).






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 01-21-2005, 10:39 Post: 104607
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Try the search function.

My power beyond kit cost about $250 installed. Other members have installed the kit themselves with little trouble. It requires removing one rear wheel and a fender.

I can post some pics of the finished product if you want.






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 01-22-2005, 07:22 Post: 104668
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The Deere website lists BM19290 as the PowerBeyond kit for the 4110 for $221. With some tips from board memebers it's a do-it-yourself install.






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 01-22-2005, 09:14 Post: 104680
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I found the installation manual yesterday.... so that can be transmitted too....






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 01-22-2005, 14:00 Post: 104699
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Thanks to all who responded to me about tapping into the hydraulic systems on my JD4100. I'll check with my local dealer at his next open house (discount parts) day.

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 01-22-2005, 15:06 Post: 104707
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Just something to consider if you have not already. Your tractor produces 5.1 gallons per minute hydr. for implement use and that is at high RPM. The worst cheapest logsplitters produce 11 GPM but have a 2 stage system so only 1/4 of flow is used at the hardest spots, like a knot.






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 01-22-2005, 15:08 Post: 104708
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A 4" cylinder is considered the smallest to use by many manufacturers. I have an 8 HP with 16 GPM pump and 4" cyl. It has a nice cycle speed. 5.1 gpm and 4" cyl may be very slow. They kick into the low flow very infrequently. If you just want a couple "romantic" fires a year, it will probably be fine.






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 01-22-2005, 15:14 Post: 104709
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I see where this is going - forget tapping into the 4100 system, and just get a 3PH splitter with a PTO drive. We use a fireplace insert to save on oil costs, and there's plenty of trees on the property to keep the stove hot for years to come. I suppose the next step is to find a decent splitter, something that won't be 'down' too much.






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