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    Default HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Hi everybody!

    You may have heard about our product but in case you haven't, we'd love to tell you a little about our top link. It's unlike any other cylinder on the market today. Unlike typical hydraulic rams, ours offers features that will change the minimum standards of tractor users everywhere.

    What sets HydrauLink apart?
    * HydrauLink is completely self-contained
    * No pumps or external hydraulics are needed
    * Makes small adjustments automatically while you work, reducing time on the job
    * Acts as a shock-absorber for implements, making for a noticeably gentler ride
    * Larger adjustments can be made without leaving the cab
    * Improves safety by eliminating the need to be behind the tractor while its running
    * Installs in about three minutes by one person
    * Can be moved from one tractor to another quickly and easily
    * Comes ready to work out of the box.
    * ISO 9000 certified
    * Made in the USA


    We're excited to bring a quality product like this to our customers. Take a look at our website for more information and learn where you can buy your HydrauLink. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Pricing?

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    This looks interesting..
    But on my L3400 and my short arms I would still have to get off the tractor...

    I wonder what it would take to use an idea like this and make an electrically actuated top or tilt cylinders....

    And I am curious about pricing too, especially since I am about to replace my bent top link anyway...

    j

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Quote Originally Posted by wvpolekat View Post
    Pricing?
    We are required to quote HydrauLink at the full MSRP of $249, however, you may find better pricing at one of our local dealers or you can order it online through Agri Supply - Farm Supplies, Tools, Lawn Mower Blades, Cast Iron Cookware

    I know it's currently in their stores and should be online at any time.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Quote Originally Posted by RadarTech View Post
    This looks interesting..
    But on my L3400 and my short arms I would still have to get off the tractor...

    I wonder what it would take to use an idea like this and make an electrically actuated top or tilt cylinders....

    And I am curious about pricing too, especially since I am about to replace my bent top link anyway...

    j
    haha... I can completely sympathize with the short arms issue. We do have a tractor remote in development for people who prefer to have one just so you know. As far as electric actuators go, the idea has been tried by other companies with limited success. The complaints we heard about them usually centered around reliability. You'll find that HydrauLink avoids this completely by using an air over hydraulic system... and it works every time.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    looks cool dosent eat up a remote im a little worried what a 50hp tractor would do to it and that the spring effect could make box blading a little harder
    but for 99% of task shouldn't matter.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Quote Originally Posted by gwjd View Post
    looks cool dosent eat up a remote im a little worried what a 50hp tractor would do to it and that the spring effect could make box blading a little harder
    but for 99% of task shouldn't matter.
    At the risk of sounding like a sales pitch, I have to say that box blades are one of the areas it really shines. Go to our website and watch the video demonstrations... we use a box-blade in it. You'll be impressed.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Quote Originally Posted by gwjd View Post
    looks cool dosent eat up a remote im a little worried what a 50hp tractor would do to it and that the spring effect could make box blading a little harder
    but for 99% of task shouldn't matter.

    oops. I forgot. HydrauLink is a category 1. We recommend it be used on tractors up to 45hp but I've seen it work on a few larger ones. Our category 2 version is in development as we speak. We hope to see it in production soon.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    Any TBN'rs have them installed and experience to talk about?

    Sounds interesting.

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    Default Re: HydrauLink- a self-contained air over hydraulic top link

    How do you easliy colapse the TL? The video only shows it extending...wonder why
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