Looking at an add for a ingersoll chipper. The add says you need a hydrolic PTO and case drain. What is a case drain? Is it an add on item?
WM ... and certainly no sounding stupid here.Willowmaster said:At the risk of sounding stupid what purpose does it serve? WM
Where's the smaller hose drain to? Is there a shut off valve near - I don't see one. Should there be one [shut off valve] below the tee?wurkenman said:This is what the do it yourself case drain looks like. Just tap into the return line.
Yes ... but to be clear it is not that simple if your motor is equipped with a case drain.It sounds to me to really protect the implement motor you could idle it down, then shut off the engine, and then shut off the pto valve.
I should have been more clear.Yes ... but to be clear it is not that simple if your motor is equipped with a case drain.
I reiterate ... DO NOT run a case drain motor without the proper circuit on your tractor and hooked up correctly. Case drain motors will not tolerate the static body pressure and WILL blow seals if they are not properly hooked up.