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 01-01-2004, 17:34 Post: 72854
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What is the hydraulic pressure that a BX series tractor generates or capable of producing? Nothing in the tractor spec's on this, other than flow rate?






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 01-01-2004, 18:43 Post: 72857
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They keep the system pressure down on the BX's. If memory serves it is around 1800 PSI.






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 01-02-2004, 06:31 Post: 72882
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A spec likely is in a repair manual. Max pressures are set by relief valves and virtually all of them are adjustable so there's a procedure in manuals for testing and adjusting them. It's called 'system pressure' rather than max pressure since most pumps are capable of supporting far more pressure than relief valve settings. The system pressure is speced for a variety of engineering considerations.






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 01-02-2004, 08:08 Post: 72888
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TomG, Do you know if the BX repair manuals are on the web?






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 01-02-2004, 18:46 Post: 72922
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I doubt it. Manuals usually are available from dealers and are a bit pricey. They are also very good but are intended more for experienced techs than for learning basic mechanics. Some decent after-market manuals also are available and I think can be ordered through the web. Your dealer service manager likely knows the spec or would look it up.






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 01-02-2004, 22:29 Post: 72931
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If anyone finds the BX manual on the web or knows of an aftermarket manual, I would be VERY interested. My dealer quoted me $80 for the manual and $70 for the parts manual.






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 01-02-2004, 22:53 Post: 72934
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While $150 may sound high for the two it should be a good deal. I find having a parts list with some exploded views are very helpful in repairs. If you have to take it into a independent shop for service it can save you big time to have the manuals. Instead of leaving a manual sometimes I will just copy out the section that applies and leave it with them. I hate it when someone else gets my manuals greasy Smile






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 01-03-2004, 08:10 Post: 72943
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IT manuals are the after-market manuals I hear about most often. I took a look in the link below and it doesn't look like BX's are covered in the IT series. Maybe the lawn and garden series has something.

For myself, I'd go with the factory manuals. They may be pricey but it's a one-time purchase. You don't have to read these boards very long before reading about somebody who couldn't complete a job because an after-market manual didn't have enough detail (most of them cover more than one tractor). Many of them don't have wiring diagrams either. Factory parts manuals are great since they give the assembly order of every last nut, washer, gasket, shim etc. on a tractor. Parts diagrams in repair manuals aren't near that detailed. A pars manual would seem cheap the first time the assembly order on a shaft is forgotten or there's some hardware left over.






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 01-04-2004, 05:32 Post: 73010
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I bought a genuine Kubota parts manual for my B7100 on eBay for around $50.






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 01-04-2004, 18:30 Post: 73055
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So, 1800 PSI on hydraulic pressure for the BX series Orange unit?






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