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Okay I have the B6200 now. Hydrualic question! Will the pump on a standard B6200 drive a Hyd motor to run a mower deck. I wont be useing the 3PT when I have the mower on. Or would I have to add another Hyd pump of the front of the engine?

Could someone tell me what hyd motor I could use to drive a mower deck. Could I use a DC volt Hyd switch to turn on the deck.

If I could use the same hyd pump where can I tie into the hyd syetiem. Can you make hard hyd lines like you would be making brake line for a hotrod?

I could sure use some help here.
 

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Heres a link to a free downloadable owners manual: http://kubotabooks.com/AutoIndex/in...s/&AutoIndex=6eee48d7ef45a7cba77676893b16abc1
It may contain the spec's you need.
The B6200 makes enough hydaulic power to work the 3PH and an optional FEL but does it make enough to drive a hydraulic mower? Good question.
Heres a similar discussion: http://www.mytractorforum.com/showthread.php?t=219405&highlight=hydraulic+mower

The question didn't generate any responses for you in the Barn so I moved it to the CUT section to see if it does.
Good luck
Dave
 

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Thanks for moving this to a better place Volfandt. I didn't think this pump would work but I had to ask. I'm going to check these post you said to look at. I'm new to tractors but can make just about anything. I own a machine shop. This B6200 is not mine but I can do anything I want to do to it. The little tractor is in ruff shape. The 3PT wont hold up. I have chain stops on it. I'm fixing the brakes now. The brake brums are full of oil!

I could get an old 9N that is down the street from me but it is ruff too. And is a little big but I like the power. Ha, the 3PT wont hold up either and the block has been welded from one end to the other. I could use a tractor but not the payments nor the problems. I don't mind working on one some but not everytime I get on it.
 
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