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bobcat 773f aux hydraulics

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by gfd917, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. gfd917

    gfd917 Member

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    Can anyone tell me what the flow on a bobcat 773F aux circuit is in gallons per minute?
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. bigsmoke

    bigsmoke Active Member

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    Standard flow is roughly 17 gpm, high flow should be 20 or better
     
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  4. gfd917

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    is that enough to run a good brushcutter?
     
  5. Killbox Alpha

    Killbox Alpha Well-Known Member

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    Who is the manufacture of the brush cutter? If you can contact the OEM, they will tell you what it takes to run their attachments.
     
  6. gfd917

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    Dont know that yet still shopping for one
     
  7. bigsmoke

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    Should be plenty if your hydraulic system has been maintained. Most brush cutters will specify a range of flow rate at a specific pressure for the width of cut. High flow attachments are out there, but standard flow will be much more common.
     
  8. crewchief888

    crewchief888 Senior Member

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    new pump spec is approx 20gpm, used pump will probably flow approx 18-19 GPM

    bobcat's 60" brushcat would work.


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