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 05-08-2000, 09:40 Post: 16048
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 rear hyd remote for 855

I have DSC for loader & want to add one more remote to the back of tractor so I don't have to unhook loader bucket hoses. Can this be done without spending $1,000






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 05-09-2000, 07:22 Post: 16084
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 rear--hyd-remote-for-855

Same problem with my pallet forks. The rear hydraulics goes for the lift, and I disconnect the bucket curl for the hydraulic top link. Not too much of an aggravation yet. Most times I just want ballast in the bucket when using the forks anyway.

If it gets to be too much, I plan putting an additional section on the spooling valves. There are now three valves. The dealer who originally installed the loader thinks extra sections are available for the particular valves. I'd guess the solution should be well under $1000 for one valve and a 4 valve mounting plate.






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 05-09-2000, 11:53 Post: 16090
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 rear hyd remote for 855

I have a 670 with a front end loader. I got a kit from JD that added aft hydraulics so I can operate a backhoe. The kit cost $127.00, came with fantastic instructions. I kind of winced when I saw the two rigid lines I had to install, knowing I would have to massage them a bit to make them fit. To may surprise they fit perfectly! Check out your dealer. There were several different kits for my machine, one that tapped into the four lines for the FEL and ran aft. The other one (that I got) tapped into the hyd pressure and return ports by the rock shaft module. Good luck. SteveB.






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 05-09-2000, 14:13 Post: 16097
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If your loader valve is a Prince unit, these are sectional valves which can be stacked to add as many different valves as needed. I recently purchased a Prince loader valve from Northern Tool to add remote hydraulics to my JD850. This particular valve has two spools (one with float) and power beyond, just like the factory SCV. I also had to buy a loader adapter kit from Bush Hog, which taps into the factory junction block and provides the hydraulic pressure source for the loader valve. The valve I bought can be expanded to three, four, or more sections just by purchasing and installing the additional valves. Even with all the additional parts (quick disconnects, hoses, etc) I've had to buy, I'll still have added the SCV to my tractor for less than half of what JD wanted for the factory kit (over $1100).






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