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Hay Tedder How To Assemble

How to set up a Hay Tedder (and assemble)

Posted By Ranch Rite on April 21, 2019 1 | Comments

Drum Mower vs. Disc Mower

Posted By Ranch Rite on March 03, 2019 | Comments

When it comes to getting the job done right, you need the right equipment. Here at Ranch Rite, we know exactly the tools you need to keep things running smoothly. With a never-ending amount of work that needs to be done, sometimes it can be difficult to figure out which mower is the correct one. With both drum mowers and disc mowers having their advantages, we’ve decided to help you figure out which one is the one you need for your job specifically.

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How to find the right gearbox for a Bobcat Brush Cutter

Posted By Douglas Lima on September 02, 2016 5 | Comments
How to find the right gearbox for BobcatRead More

How do you calculate the CFM of an Air Compressor?

Posted By Douglas Lima on July 29, 2016 | Comments
Easy formula explaining how to calculate the CFM of your air compressorRead More

Pressure Switch - How to adjust pressure settings

Posted By Douglas Lima on April 25, 2016 | Comments
Simple guide of how to adjust the cut-on and cut-out on pressure switches.Read More

Gearbox Chart

Posted By Douglas Lima on February 25, 2016 | Comments
Gearbox Chart including HP, Ratio, Input and Output Shaft.Read More

Getting the Most Out of Your Air Compressor

Posted By Douglas Lima on February 15, 2016 | Comments

To obtain reliable and satisfactory service, air compressors require a consistent preventative maintenance program. By following these helpful maintenance tips, you can maximize the value of your investment, and prolong your air compressor's lifetime.

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Comparing Brake Controllers - Proportional vs Time Delay

Posted By Douglas Lima on February 15, 2016 | Comments

Proportional Brake Controllers

Proportional brake controllers automatically matches the force with the trailer brakes. They offer a smoother braking experience because it automatically adapts to any braking situation from a light stop to a heavy emergency braking. With a proportional controller there is no jerking motion from the trailer because the trailer is matching your braking speed. Proportional based controls offer a smooth braking response to almost any stop. Through the use of a sensing device, the brake control can determine the tow vehicle's rate of deceleration and then apply the trailer brakes to match. In other words, Proportional controls deliver power to the trailer brakes in direct relationship to the actual physical deceleration of the tow vehicle. These factors help decrease the break wear; by breaking at the same force, the brake is even on your tow vehicle and trailer. Also, it is safer because in an emergency situation the trailer will not ramp up.  

Time Delay Brake Controllers

A time-delayed brake controller applies your trailer's brakes when the brake pedal in your tow vehicle is engaged. On most models the time and the initial braking power is adjustable. Time delayed systems slow your trailer using preset brake settings and on how long your foot’s on the brake. A time-delayed brake controller doesn't rely on sensing the braking motions of the tow vehicle. This allows you to mount the controller at any angle. To determine which levels are best for your application, you must test out your towing setup and choose what feels best. By having an "old" technology, they are cheaper and can be mounted in any location on your tow vehicle. However, it causes an uneven wear between the trailer and the tow vehicle.


Posted By Douglas Lima on February 15, 2016 1 | Comments
How to Measure Your Trailer Wheel Bolt Pattern This How-To will guide you through the correct way to measure your Trailer Wheel Bolt Pattern. The trailer sizes that you will find in the trailer industry are 4.5″, 4.75″, 5″, and 5.5 in the 5 lug. This very simple guide will demonstrate how to correctly measure […]Read More

Pto Shaft Horse Power Ratings and Useable Lengths

Posted By Rite-Products on November 20, 2014 | Comments
The following chart gives you the industry standard for PTO driveline horepower ratings. Please keep in mind these are rated horsepower at the PTO, not engine horsepower. Many times the difference between engine horsepower and PTO horsepower can vary as much as 10%. These values give the maximum recommended horsepower that can be transferred through the drivelive from the tractor to the implement.Read More
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