Auxiliary Hydraulic Flow Rates
Knowing the auxiliary flow rating of your machine is critical in order to properly size any powered attachments.
If you flow too much oil to a motor that can't handle it, then you risk major damage to the hydraulic motor.
On the flip side, if you don't flow enough oil to run an attachment, you will have vastly reduced performance, or may not even be able to run the attachment at all.
Use the embedded spreadsheet tool below to find the flow rating of your machine.
For Skid Steers be sure to specify whether or not your machine is a High Flow model or a Standard Flow model.
If your machine is not listed on this database, feel free to send us a message and we can try to get it added to the list. Sometimes we aren't able to find every spec though, so if we can't you can also talk to your dealer and ask them.
If your dealer cannot find the spec either, then the best option is to have your machine physically flow tested on the auxiliary circuit that you will be running your attachments from. This is the best way to be 100% sure you know your flow rating.