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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by mulching for fun View Post
    these are the types of comments and info mulchers need to pay attention to. great info for the newcomers. always do the math to make sure your getting what you paid for.i would add, never push hy. h.p. to close to actual engine h.p., your just asking for lots of heat and a short life of the machine. for those of you running on the edge of heat limits in the summer months, may i suggest trying Shaeffer's parasynthetic hy. oil. HTC Supreme with varnishield. this product lowered my temp in the skidsteers by approx. 20 degrees.


    like another member stated...CONTINUE TO POST!! i, as well as MANY others, value EXPERIENCE.

    on many a forum, there are MANY different types of person. weed em out!
    thanks for posting!

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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by deniscimafinc View Post
    Just to clarify a few things:

    When you do the math like this and end up with more hydraulic horsepower than the horsepower of the engine in the power pack, it means something is wrong. It can be that the specs actually said max flow 45 gpm and max pressure 5000 psi (but not one in relation with the other), or that the guy who wrote the specs screwed up good by writing 45 gpm @ 5000 psi.







    FD
    And that where I stuffed up with the Rayco c140(didn't do the maths). On their specs it requires 220hp just to drive the cutter pump,but it's all fixed now at my expence
    CTC Mulching
    I'm going to die without any enemies' in the world cause I will outlive the barstards

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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Tonyoz,
    i turned the pressure down the Rayco to 5200psi wat a difference no longer kills the motor when the rotor stalls out. It's a easy fix p.m. me if yours is still stalling the motor.
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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by cat 297c View Post
    Tonyoz,
    i turned the pressure down the Rayco to 5200psi wat a difference no longer kills the motor when the rotor stalls out. It's a easy fix p.m. me if yours is still stalling the motor.
    I turned the pressure down to 4600,realy good for the new engine the way Rayco had it set up ,NOT
    CTC Mulching
    I'm going to die without any enemies' in the world cause I will outlive the barstards

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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    I found Shell Tellus with a turbo cooler works well even on 107 degree days.

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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by cat 297c View Post
    Tonyoz,
    i turned the pressure down the Rayco to 5200psi wat a difference no longer kills the motor when the rotor stalls out. It's a easy fix p.m. me if yours is still stalling the motor.
    Did either of you notice any drop in performance when you turned the pressure down? I think they are set from the factory at 6000 psi but like you said they stall out when you lay into anything too hard. I was thinking the recovery may not be as quick if I turn back the pressure. Mine is a FTX140 with a BH85 head with two 63 cc drive motors, are you running rayco heads?

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    I'm running a rayco head, the recovery slowed down a little but not enough to bother me beats killing the motor
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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyduty View Post
    What brand is it? It looks like it's built well.
    It is a Baumalight mulcher.

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