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 01-25-2003, 11:04 Post: 48120
steve j
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 hydrolic posthole digger

I HAVE A NH. 1725 TRACTOR W 7308 loader looking at landpride ph25 hyd.posthole digger,gpm. is 5-10 my tractor pumps 6.3 gpm anyone have any experiance with a setup like this. i need to drill 9 inch holes 72 inches. any other brands will consider. this unit is a bucket mount. any pricing info is appreciated. thanks






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 01-25-2003, 13:42 Post: 48128
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Steve, first I'd check with the NH dealer to see if your hydraulic system is meant to power motots due to heat buildup in the fluid. If that's not a problem then your only concern is if the pump generates enough pressure to operate the auger, again your dealer or your owners manual will tell you the pressure of your system. The only difference that pump volume will make is the speed that the motor will turn with the auger. I'm a big fan of hydraulic motors, we use lots of them on the farm to power grain augers, etc., they just seem to run forever with little or no maintence. I used a PTO posthole auger once in a gravely type soil during a dry time of the year, every little rock bigger than a golf ball sheared a pin, where your hydraulic will just kick the lever to neutral or bypass the fluid in the tractor till you reverse the auger, ( which you can't do with a PTO drive). My experience with Land Pride equipment has been nothing but good, we have several pieces of their grounds care equipment, and what few problems we had were handled by the dealer in a prompt and curtious manner. Hope this helps.






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 01-25-2003, 17:05 Post: 48136
steve j
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tractor pumps 2133 psi stated in manual. already using hydrolic logsplitter without any problems works slow but still faster and easier than hammer and wedges.






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 01-26-2003, 08:42 Post: 48172
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Steve, I looked up the 25 series in a Land Pride catalog. With 2000+ psi and since you've allready been powering a log splitter I doubt you'll have any problem. I don't know how heavy your loader frame is, but acording to the picture this unit fastens to the side of the bucket. Personally not only for less strain on your loader frame, but more so for safety reasons I'd be lots more comfortable if the unit could somehow be fastened to the center of the bucket not to the end. I have no idea of the cost, and there are no doubt many other brands avaliable, but my experience with Land Pride has been nothing but good, so I guess they would be my first choice. Good luck.






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 01-26-2003, 16:01 Post: 48202
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Northern Tool and Equipment sells one pn 1193-B975 ($999.99) for the power head and $229.99 for the auger.
Ph number 1-800-556-7885

As far as the unit being mounted on the side of the bucket I think it's there for a good reason: if you are putting a fence line in all you have to do is drive forward (or backward) in a line rather than reposition for every pole hole if it were center-mounted--just my opinion.






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 01-27-2003, 07:29 Post: 48234
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Shaver makes one of the heaviest if price isn't the only consideration.






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 01-27-2003, 08:37 Post: 48245
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The hydraulic might be a little slower than a gear unit but I love knowing when it gets caught that it can just be reversed. I hate having to try and pick it out with the three point or unbolt and back them out by hand.






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