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Q: i have a skid steer with 11 gpm pump will this motor run a auger
A: Yes it would subject to the diameter and length of the auger. Speed will be about 300 RPM. Torque is dependent on what pressure your system operates with. If you need more RPM you could choose a smaller displacement motor, however this will reduce the torque output.
Q: I have a 773G Bobcat a looking to hyd drive a single stage snow blower pto motor ????? thinking 7.63ci ???? or ??? It has 24" blower seen them on 25-30hp tractors 540rpm 773G= 16.5GPM - - Pressure ??? will it work?
A: With your flow rate you will have about 500 RPM from the motor. At continuous pressure rating of 2576 PSI this equates to between 21 and 22 HP.
Q: I have a bobcat with auxiliary flow of 17.1 GPM. I am trying to connect it to a brush hog. To achieve approximately 540 rpm the program tells me I need a 7.32 cu in motor. What do I use to allow the brush hog cutter to slow down by free wheeling when the hydraulics on the bobcat are turned off so it does not slam to a stop. Is this a cushion valve?
A: A cushion valve will absorb shock but not allow the spin down you are asking about. To do this a check valve can be installed in parallel to the motor between the two hydraulic lines. Then when the oil flow is stopped it still allows it to flow in a small loop until the motor stops spinning from it's inertia.
Q: my machine has a 20 gpm and 3000 psi can I run it straight to the motor or would I have to have a relief valve
A: Your machine should have a relief valve in it that would control maximum pressure. A cushion valve (crossover relief) would help if you hit something. Also consider a check valve between the lines to allow the motor to coast to a stop when the valve is turned off.
Q: My skid steer is 21 gpm at 3450psi will this work or is the pressure to high
A: Your should limit the pressure to the motor to 2576 psi continuous with an external relief valve.
Q: hello, my machine has a 24.1 gpm flow rate. will i need to regulate this to avoid harming the pump? and if so what kind of valve would you recommend i could use for that. thank you
A: A flow regulator such as 9-064-75 would be good for reducing the GPM going to the motor.