Just recently purchased a '85 B6200,and need to figure out how to get more hydraulic power. I have a hydraulic drive bush hog, wood splitter, and tiller on my 448 Case (Ingersol), that I want to run off of the 6200. The problem is that the kubota puts out 4 gallons per minute, and I need 8 to run my attchements. Is it possible to upgrade the pump, or to mount a P.T.O. driven pump? Any info would be helpful.
Re: B6200 Hydraulics
If you were to upgrade your pump, most likely the existing hydraulic lines would be too small to handle the additional volume. Northern Tool carries PTO pumps that are rated like 22 and 40 gpm. This would be easy to adapt to your existing hydraulics.
Hope this helps.