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    kubota loader cylinder threads (ride control)

    I was under the impression the WR long system had two different pressures in the bladders to dampen unloaded and loaded but I may have gotten the wrong impression when I was reading. I was definitely going to put a ball valve in the system so I can isolate it if needed. the precharge...
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    kubota loader cylinder threads (ride control)

    I think it was discount hydraulic hose that had a great article for identifying different thread types
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    kubota loader cylinder threads (ride control)

    The hose fittings are JIC -* i believe but I was talking about the elbow into the female threads of the cylinder port. I like your setup with the digital gauge. I have a cab so I wasn't thinking of shielding the accumulators and I was looking into piston instead of bladder since the...
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    Thanks for helping me get this :)

    Nice, Rare to see that size with industrial tires R4.. let us know how you like them.
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    Hydrostatic pumps

    it is actually cheaper in canada than in the USA according to messicks and kubota.ca website but still looking at 8000-9000 plus labor
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    kubota loader cylinder threads (ride control)

    Thanks for all the info, you're right the BSP thread was the weird japanese thread I was worried about. I found a good hydraulic shop when I did my hydraulic ssqa setup. and reasonably priced too so they will be getting a visit when I get the time. I will have to pull the elbow and compare...
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    Awaiting my Woodland Mills WC68

    it weighs 8xx lbs so hope your loader is up to the task of taking it off the truck.
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    Awaiting my Woodland Mills WC68

    nice you will be chipping in no time but plan for atleast an hour of assembly, more if you take your time. measure twice and cut once on the PTO shaft. plenty of you tube videos on how to do it. use the measurement when PTO shaft on tractor is level with the PTO shaft on attachment. that...
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    pto clutch pressure readings

    here is a link to a better description of the problem. https://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/threads/kubota-l4740-hydraulic-pump-problems.416125/ what I have also learned in the mean time is that the PTO clutch circuit is powered from the power steering side of the pump not the main system side.
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    pto clutch pressure readings

    Hey guys. Just a little info I would like to share about an interesting observation I made on my PTO clutch pressure system. been chasing a PTO clutch problem around for a few years now and trying to avoid splitting the tractor to repair. My point is to be careful when checking the...
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    kubota loader cylinder threads (ride control)

    Hey guys, looking for a little info. I'm planning a ride control mod on my LA854 loader on my kubota L4740. I've already got the tee in NPT thread but just realized that the threads may be some kind of weird japanese version of NPT. anyone know for sure if the loader cylinder fittings are...
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    Awaiting my Woodland Mills WC68

    are you sure it is 3 weeks I have a friend waiting to put an order in also and I was under the impression it was longer. I bought mine summer 2020 and I think I waited 6-8 weeks
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    Awaiting my Woodland Mills WC68

    I have a 6 inch and am happy with it behind 39 PTO HP. so far have not had to turn the speed down. upgrading tractors is expensive but upgrading tractors and attachments gets really expensive.
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    Awaiting my Woodland Mills WC68

    For the price difference I wouldn't go lower than the 6 inch if your tractor can lift it. The feed speed of the roller can be adjusted so HP is not really an issue.
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    The right tractor for towing/forestry work

    I think tractor weight is going to be important in your decision. My L4740 is pushing close to 8000 lbs. tractor is 4600 plus 1400 loader plus 1500lbs of ballast in the tires and nothing on the 3pt. I'm pretty sure your working weight on your M6040 is higher than that unless your tires aren't...
 
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