Posted 5/14/2018 07:43 (#6759552 - in reply to #6759185) Subject: RE: Steercommand
East Central, Nebraska
I think the most important thing you can do is find a hot day and keep and eye on your hydraulic oil temp. on my new Holland supersteer I was sick that I took a perfectly good working trimble system off and put a steer command on. in early spring I could only get the hydraulic temp up to about 100 degrees and my steering was super poor. then about mid spring I had it up in the 130s and recalibrated and could not believe how much better it was doing. last week it was running about 170 and starting some squiggles again so I went to re calibrate and the autosteer system gave me an error, apparently it does not like it that hot.
biggest problem is when I recalibrate I have to go through the entire process of calibration and only want to do the dead band, but I guess that is how it goes. I feel as if I have mine pretty close but think one more 160 degree calibration will make things work real nice.