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What sized engined machines are folk using? there 18hp or the 23hp? The lighter weight of the smaller machine is very appealing but obviously it is at a cost to power.
 
Any known distributers in Scandinavia? 
 
 
 
In Finland I buy one of these straight from manufacturer
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23hp engine is probably needed if going to use second speed because even with bigger engine it stil some times feels under powered.

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Has anyone had need to change the pump connection clutch on 23hp? I need to do this in 190h. Rubber spacer between motor and pump connection just disappeared and after that it was just metal parts against each other and that lasted about 30 seconds. After that it doesn't do anything and need to winch out of the client backyard. Repairing was about 6 hours work and parts cost about 25e on local hydraulic service. Seller told me that this specific clutch assembly is suitable for 15hp engines...so I guess that this is going to be basic service for the machine. Has anyone else needed to do this?

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6 hours ago, osku said:

Has anyone had need to change the pump connection clutch on 23hp? I need to do this in 190h. Rubber spacer between motor and pump connection just disappeared and after that it was just metal parts against each other and that lasted about 30 seconds. After that it doesn't do anything and need to winch out of the client backyard. Repairing was about 6 hours work and parts cost about 25e on local hydraulic service. Seller told me that this specific clutch assembly is suitable for 15hp engines...so I guess that this is going to be basic service for the machine. Has anyone else needed to do this?

Well that’s a bit shit isn’t it! 

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It’s designed to brake if anything goes wrong to protect the engine or pump from the other blowing up. I would be more worried why it’s broke than the fact it has gone.

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