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    2017 2032r NON powerflow MCS

    I have a question, I hope this forum can help me with? To start with I have followed this website for years and I enjoy and appreciate the wealth of knowledge shared on GTT. My question is on hydraulics of my new 2032r (2017). I have this new tractor and I want to adapt the power flow blower to a hydraulic motor instead of belt power off the mower deck, which is not a option on this new tractor.

    I have every bell & whistle option on this tractor and was thinking the Continous flow hydraulic port would be a good option to power the blower. But I am not sure if this feature has the specs to operate the blower and operate the tractor at the same time?

    Implement flow is rated at 5.3 gpm @ rated speed. Blower needs to spin 3400 rpm max. Is this possible? I know I can get a hyd motor to do what I want. But I am not sure about tractors hyd PSI on this port?
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    I don't have the service manual on the new 2032R but most of the Deere CUTs seem to run in the 2400-2600 PSI range. According to Tractordata.com your machine is supposed to be at 2421 psi. (I have no way to verify that!)
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    Thank you Jim for the reply. I do not have the tech manual yet, it is on order for the last few weeks. My owners manual states 2500 psi system relief pressure. But I am still not sure if this is max per port or if it is less if you are under power operating the hydrostatic xmsn. I am sure I can build the blower to run off a hyd motor. I am not sure if I can propel the tractor, power the MMM, and spin the blower hydraulicly all at the same time?
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    Basic formula is..
    231×flow rate ÷ motor displacement = rpm.
    Motor displacement is cubic inches per revolution.

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    I'm curious...

    Since you're obviously already going to be buying the powerflow unit ("I want to adapt the power flow blower to a hydraulic motor instead of belt power"), what is the benefit to trying to find an alternative power source for the blower motor? The tractor should have more than enough HP to turn the mower and blower (via belt, normally), so what will you gain? Not being critical, just not understanding the 'why' of it. Usually factory-designed systems are the most reliable and practical methods avilable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue View Post
    I'm curious...

    Since you're obviously already going to be buying the powerflow unit ("I want to adapt the power flow blower to a hydraulic motor instead of belt power"), what is the benefit to trying to find an alternative power source for the blower motor? The tractor should have more than enough HP to turn the mower and blower (via belt, normally), so what will you gain? Not being critical, just not understanding the 'why' of it. Usually factory-designed systems are the most reliable and practical methods avilable.

    Rob
    The problem is that he's got the new (2017) 2032R and Deere doesn't have a Power Flow setup for those yet. There is no factory-designed system for him to buy/use. So instead of waiting for Deere to come out with the belt setup to drive the motor, replace the motor with a hydro motor and use the tractor's hydro system to drive it.
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    Here are a few calculators I've used in the past:

    Baum Hydraulics Corp :: Spec Calculator

    And:

    Surplus Center
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    My local dealer, service manager contacted me yesterday. He also could not answer my question but thought my hydraulic motor idea was a solution.

    He is going to open a tech doc with John Deere on this issue. No idea where this will go, I am sure this will not happen fast. But at the least it is more exposure for the people who own this new model tractor who want the ability to use a MCS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    The problem is that he's got the new (2017) 2032R and Deere doesn't have a Power Flow setup for those yet. There is no factory-designed system for him to buy/use. So instead of waiting for Deere to come out with the belt setup to drive the motor, replace the motor with a hydro motor and use the tractor's hydro system to drive it.
    If there is no deck and powerflow combo for the tractor how will a powerflow from another deck connect up to the deck? The deck requires several brackets/holes in order to hang the powerflow.

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue View Post
    If there is no deck and powerflow combo for the tractor how will a powerflow from another deck connect up to the deck? The deck requires several brackets/holes in order to hang the powerflow.
    I dunno. I'm assuming he's planning on modifying a kit from another machine to try and make it fit. If someone is going to gut a power flow kit to replace the impeller drive belt system with a hydro motor, I'd assume they wouldn't balk at making up some brackets and drilling some holes to mount it.
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