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What sort of donkey engine/hydraulic pack would be required to run one of these?

 

Contemplating mounting one onto a flatbed trailer

 

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I'm not sure what kind of flow/pressure it requires, but usually it's not alot.

A 5 hp engine/hydraulic pump combo will be sufficient, or alternatively a hyd. pump powered by a 12v electric motor.

 

I have a 12v/hyd.pump setup that has been used to power a small hiab crane. I have considered selling it.

 

 

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