Check here for answers to some of the questions most frequently asked by Land Pride customers.
The following are answers to some of the questions most frequently asked by Land Pride customers.
You will need to add bushings to take the excess room up. Please see your operators manual under spare bushings.
You can lift 2,800 lbs. at 24" from implements' lower hitch pins.
It's normal noise. Being the tiller is bi-directional the tines have room to move to get into the right angle depending on which way the tiller is running.
No, the SRT has a bi-directional motor. You can drive forward or backwards. You can run this unit as a reverse tine tiller or as a forward tine tiller.
Your SSP is not level when pushing with it. You need to keep the skid shoes flat on the ground.
Yes, not running in float will cause premature wear on the skid shoes.
No you should not use you blade for snow. There is not trip edge to protect the equipment.
Measure the clearance between top of lower chain and bottom of chain guide. The clearance should be maintained around 1 ½”.
Yes you can order a skid steer mount and hose kit and make it a SA model.
Check the temperature of the oil. Your oil is probably over heating or the Viscosity is too low.
There is a failure in the hammer control valve operation. Check the hammer control valve in the carrier.
No you do not. You can change the bristles without removing a hydraulic line.
Yes this unit has a diverter to take excess oil back to tank.
The maximum root ball is TC2536 is 36”, TC2542 is 42”, and TC2548 is 48”.
This will depend on the conditions you are in. With the cut, material age, temperature, horse power, etc…
No the outer teeth will wear faster than the center. Take the center teeth and move them to the outside and put new teeth in the center.
The lift capacity is 6000 lbs.
You have 4 depth settings for the ripper. You can go 2”, 4”, 6”, and 8” deep.
The minimum flow required is 30 GPM.
Check unit for debris in the hitch. Also check your Wear Pads the adjustment may be too tight.