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 06-19-2006, 17:45 Post: 131044
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gave up the perverbial duk dance and went out and bought a TC 29 D, with 100 hrs on it, now looking for a rear hydralic set up, to run a harley rake, is it best just to purchase direct, or is there an after market company that has reliable set up????

any help thanks,,, also what do these units cost






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 06-19-2006, 21:01 Post: 131053
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Maybe Oneace knows the story on the rear remotes. I got mine from the dealer and was quoted about $400 for the parts. When they came in the price had dropped, or different supplier, or something, anyway I think they only cost $250. This was about 4 years ago.

I debated a PTO pump (higher flow) but the remotes are more convenient.

Check the specs on your tractor to make sure it has enough flow for your intended useage.

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 06-19-2006, 21:23 Post: 131055
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NW: I have a TC33D with a 6' power rake. I paid about $280 4 years ago. You'll have plenty if not too much power to rotate the rake---stand away from it the first time because it will rotate really fast. Do yourself a favor and power wash the right side rear and get under the fender and the axle area below. Jack up and remove the right rear tire. Take your time, and don't rush connecting the close-fitting hydraulic lines. Be careful when you remove the valve body (I want to say there are check balls and springs inside if I remember correctly). Grease the bare valve body surfaces well (mine was rusted at only a few hours). If you crossthread the fittings and steel lines (like I did) you can easily replace the steel lines with flexible rubber. I think I had about 3-4 hours into it total---dealer tried to justify his 6-8 hours at $65/hr






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 06-19-2006, 22:43 Post: 131057
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thanks guys, is this a part i need to purchase froma n h dealer only, or is there a supplier?
also hate to ask alot of questions, but i am also an AMSOIL freak, i am not a salesman, i use it in everthing i have,
what is the oil you would use in a hydrostat,? do you have to use the N H brand????
thanks all
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 06-20-2006, 06:32 Post: 131065
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I think you'll have to buy it from the dealer. Even if you could find the control valve from another source, you would still need the tractor-specific lever, lines and fittings. If the remotes are still in the $300 range I think they are reasonably priced.

Like earthwrks says, it is an easy installation.

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 06-20-2006, 07:22 Post: 131070
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The control valve is specially designed for the CUT as it's machined from a solid block of steel. It's a modular unit and as such mates to a block or pad near the axle. None of it appears to be off-the-shelf parts or universal fit.






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 06-20-2006, 07:30 Post: 131073
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I would do some definitive research on using any synthetics. I'm an AmsOil fan but don't use it in my 33D. Main reason is the brakes are wet or bathed in oil. You wouldn't want brake fibers from them disintegrating in the oil. Also keep in mind the same oil used in the hydro is the same as the trans, axle, and aux. ports. If it breaks down a seal, chances are they will all go at one point or another. Power steering is separate.






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 06-20-2006, 12:14 Post: 131096
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O K all i did a research on the AMSOIL , the HST will work in 98% of all hydro trannys, if you just punch in AMSOIL HST in your browser, you will find all data sheets etc, this will work with wet brakes etc, the filter should trap any brake partickles, once again i am not a dealer but have been using AMSOIL in every high dollar toy i have, and will tell you its about the same price as the rip off genuine oils, and i feel is better, but we all know about opinions too!!!!!!!!!






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98% daaaang! Really?

What's more important is: who's the OTHER 2%?

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ok smarty,,,,,the only one i didnt see was for the super trans on john deere,,,hydro........maybe 1.968533%






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