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 02-29-2004, 19:48 Post: 78292
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I know you guys are going to think this is a dumb question but, a 4310 with DSCV and 1 remote, are the three point and remote off the same lever or are they independent? I know the right way would be independent but things are not always they way you expect them to be. That is the one thing I will say Kubota has on Deere is the stackable hydraulic valves. I didn't order the hydraulic deverter with my tractor (because I'm a tight ass) but don't have the tractor yet and already thinking I'm going to have to do something about that. Thanks






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 02-29-2004, 20:18 Post: 78296
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I'm not 100% sure what you mean by remote. If you got a third SCV it will likely be controlled by a lever on the right fender located in the slot to the front of the position control. If you got Power Beyond I don't think there's a control for that.






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 02-29-2004, 20:25 Post: 78297
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I call hydraulic outlets remotes, sorry. No I didn't get power beyond, what I am asking is if you have 1 outlet out the back is this ran off the 3 point lever or does it have it's own lever. Some farm tractors only had one lever if you only had 1 outlet, so when you lifted what ever you had plugged in, the 3 point would also lift. Thanks again.






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 02-29-2004, 20:35 Post: 78298
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I'll tell you how mine is set up. The dual SCV is controlled by the joystick. The third SCV has it's own control on the right fender. The 4th and 5th SCVs are controlled by the joystick as well, with the electric diverter switching between the loader and the rear outlets. If you got power beyond I don't think there will be a separate control. Either SCVs or PB will have outlets.






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 02-29-2004, 22:52 Post: 78301
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It is confusing. I am thinking that if you have a single outlet to the rear it is a power beyond.

There are two ways I can think of to have a controlled outlet on the rear, but I think both options would have four outlets, not one.

If you didn't have the divert valve, it seems like you could "unplug" your loader and plug in something else. Or maybe half the functions..... but that would end up in one pair of female couplings, not the male and female with the open circuit that you would get with the PB kit.

Maybe you should ask you dealer exactly what you are getting and what it is designed to do.






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 03-01-2004, 03:43 Post: 78306
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Craig me thinks you are going back a few years with your terminoligy. Some older tractors were configured that way. I spent many a hour on an old Farmal with one lever and one outlet. My brothers WD Allis has one outlet plus the hitch arrangement and it all runs from the 1 lever.

I do not think I've seen a newer tractor set up that way although those systems are still used: pick up snow plows w/o down pressure.

On the new JD CUT I've gotta think one coupler only on the back is for power beyond, but there should be a nipple there also. If there were 2 couplers that would be for the 3rd remote.






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 03-01-2004, 10:38 Post: 78369
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Craig,
You will have seperate levers. One lever raises and lowers your 3 pt hitch lower arms. The other lever controls oil flow to the rear outlets.(two couplers - one for oil going out, the other for oil comming back in)






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 03-01-2004, 16:12 Post: 78413
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Thanks for the replys guys, I didn't mean I had one outlet i ment I had One pair of outlets or 0ne set. thanks again.






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