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 06-19-2004, 09:40 Post: 88880
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I was quoted a price of $287 including shipping for a hydraulic side link for my 7800. Anyone know of where I can get a better price. This seems a little high. Thanks






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 06-21-2004, 21:27 Post: 89101
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Come on guys, help me out here. I have 130 posts to put in on uneven ground and could really use a hydraulic side link. We have to plumb the PHD at each hole, and the hydraulic link would really speed up the operation. Top links are easy to make, side links require a little more time, which I don't have with all these holes to get done. I have a B7800 with rear remotes ready to go, just need the side link. Any help on where I could get one at a good price would be great. Thanks






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 06-22-2004, 05:52 Post: 89114
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Beagle; give northern Hydraulics or the Surplus Center a try. they both have websites. Frank.






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 06-22-2004, 06:09 Post: 89116
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Sorry Beagle I'm not up of the prices of things and I guess I figured it didn't seem like too bad a price--especially since it included shipping. I tend to think of Tisco for after-market ready-mades. They operate through dealers but I don't know about their prices.

A local hydraulics shop likely could put together an appropriate cylinder with the right ends and maybe for a lower price. I think most 3ph's would take a clevis end for the lower and various types for the upper end. My 3ph is crank adjustable so a threaded rod on a loop would work . The price would go up if a factory part from a dealer were needed.

I understand your problem. I was probably saved from a similar fate since my I don't have an auger bit smaller than 12". I also think my 3ph did a bit of lateral plumbing. At any rate the problem didn't come up since the extra large holes allowed plenty of room for plumbing the posts. I did have to shave he sides of a few holes to get straight fence lines. Still can't believe I couldn't consistently hit markers for 4" posts with a 12" auger. Well, maybe my marking was the problem.






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 06-22-2004, 07:16 Post: 89119
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Thanks, I got all my rear remote parts from Surplus Center, but would still have to fabricate the clevis ends if I got a cylinder there. Probably will pay the $287 to save my back and my marriage. Ms. Beagle is getting a little tired of the whining at every hole.

Tom, we've done pretty well with hole location so far. Putting up a vinyl fence, so we don't have much room for adjustment. Just need to get the holes plumb since we are using a 9" auger. Buy the way, the PHD works better than expected in our sandy soil.

Thanks for the help.






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 06-22-2004, 07:30 Post: 89120
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Try going to www.baumhydraulics.com I use them occasionally for building hydraulics for special applications. The good thing about the Kubota cylinder is you know that everything is right with it to begin with. For your applications I would consider it a near must!






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 06-22-2004, 07:40 Post: 89122
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Art, I actually haven't tried my dealer. Does Kubota have a Hydraulic Side link? If I am going to pay good money for this, I would prefer Kubota. Could you give me a ball park cost. Thanks






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 06-22-2004, 09:02 Post: 89128
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My top and tilt came via Gearmore and though it was spec'd for my 4115 it took quite a bit of fiddling to get it right.

If I had OEM available I would go that way.






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 06-22-2004, 09:59 Post: 89133
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Thanks, going to the dealer this afternoon. I have enough fiddling to do with this fence, I need the tractor ready to work.






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I assume the $287 was for the TCC side link from Integration Engineering. I purchased that one and it does have the double pilot operated check valve to prevent cylinder movement from leakage. It also has removable ends that screw on/off. I am quite pleased with the unit.






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