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http://nh.craigslist.org/grd/2847072768.html

I am thinking about trading a very old super split splitter for this. I don't split a ton, and it's kind of a pain in the a$$ to get my splitter running after it sits for very long periods of time. My thought was that hooking this up would be easy on the few times I use it, and one less engine to maintain.

I am not very effecient with mechanical talk... the seller states that it is a CAT 1, and that it will be fine with any tractor whose hydraulics run at 2000 psi or more.

Before I scour my manuals, I was curious to see if anyone had an opinion. I would be using it on a JD 2305.
 

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CAT 1 is the 3 point hitch set up. It has nothing to do with the psi output. As for the psi, that would either be in the manual or a quick call to your dealers service department. Or maybe a fellow JD owner can help out with that.
 

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your machine meets the criteria, but you should know it's going to be a bit slow cycle time.
 
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