Posted by Fuddy Duddy on December 20, 2012 at 18:57:16 from (126.96.36.199):
Anyone ever use a hydraulic top link? I been using a dirt scoop that works great. Puts the weight on the rear tires where you need it when moving dirt. Problem was, Once full I would raise the 3 point and half to dirt would fall out. Seems if I had a hydraulic top link then I could roll the bucket back to help keep the dirt in it. I've got a FEL on the tractor. When I replaced the control spool I installed one with 3 levers. The FEL only uses one and a haft of them. So I've got a spare (and a half) for such needs. Make since? Also thought while working on the drive way, Wouldn't be a good idea to have the leveling link hydraulic too? As I was trying to make the center higher to help roll the rain water off. I kelp having to adjust its angle. I believe these are good ideas. Just wondering if anyone else is doing this?. And if there would be any down side? Keep thinking about such things and maybe I have my six foot blade working as as six way blade before I'm finished.
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