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Update Your Tractor's Hydraulic System
You can buy the same "finger tip" control which Steiger Mfg, uses as standard equipment on its latest new tractors to update the hydraulic system on your tractors.
"Our system fits virtually all tractors and offers the same features found in hydraulic controls costing twice as much," says Elmer Graber, designer of the universal coupler, manufactured and marketed by Seymour Mfg., Seymour, Ind.
The Seymour SC-900 coupler enables you to make connections or disconnect under pressure, with pressure at either or both ends - without having to shut down the tractor or use any special tools. The dual coupler permits use of both sides, or either side independent of the other.
A positive "no flow" check feature assures continuous oil flow through the complete cycle of raising or lowering your implements, Graber points out. "This is especially important for the new large-volume hydraulic systems. With some couplers that hook up under pressure, the hydraulic pressure can be so strong that it overcomes internal check springs. The Seymour coupler is designed to prevent this from happening."
The coupler also features automatic breakaway disconnect and will accept any standard S.A.E. male tip. Suggested retail is $59.9
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Seymour Mfg., Box 248, 500 N. Broadway, Seymour,Ind. 47274 (ph 812 522-2900).

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