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 12-19-2005, 15:47 Post: 121375
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My Brother has a B7800 and he wants to have rear ports on his Tractor, He said when he went to buy the tractor they told him $300 now he asked and they said $700-$800 Has someone else rigged there's up or found a Cheaper place to get the kit???






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 12-19-2005, 22:57 Post: 121394
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Is he now asking them to install? The price is low to begin with and I often ask customers for all the options when purchasing so trucking doesn't enter in to the price.






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 12-20-2005, 06:11 Post: 121397
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No he's just wanting the kit so he can install it...






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 12-20-2005, 06:58 Post: 121401
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Bunky, take a look ay my pics. That is a three spool set-up on a 7810. We bought the parts for about $350, including the top'n'tilt cylinders for the 3-pt. All the parts are available from SurplusCenter and other clearance centers. It is a simple P-B circuit for the auxiliary valves.

Since the pictures were posted, We've added a cab and cable remote joystick controls for the auxiliary valves. Even without the cab, the joystick controls is a good addition. Another $189 for the remote joystick set-up.

Hope that helps.






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 12-27-2005, 16:40 Post: 121806
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Beagle:

We have a L4310 HST with a Curtis cab added on. I'd like to add 2-3 rear hydraulic circuits to run a chipper and (future) grapple, maybe a remote box blade too. Can you recommend a website or book that spells out how to hook up? and what brand-name controls to buy?

BTW, why did you select the loader frame to mount the controls?






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 12-27-2005, 17:06 Post: 121809
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Dave, do you have a FEL, or do you want to start from the hydraulic block.

If you run from the FEL like we did (no rear block on the 7800), you only need to make sure you run a Power Beyond circuit, so the downstream valves see un-disturbed pump flow. You can get a diagram of a simple power beoyond circuit from the Princehydraulics website. Running off the rear block would also require a Power Beyond Circuit.

We originally (BC..Before Cab) mounted the valves to the loader tower for two reasons. It simplified the Power Beyond plumbing off the FEL valve so all the hoses were hidden, and allows the operator to control the valves with your right hand, like the FEL. I've seen a lot of installations with the spool valves mounted off the ROPS, and didn't like the "dangling" hoses. We also fabricated brackets for the plugs that mount to the rear axle instead of the ROPS. This way, all the hoses are tucked away under the tractor and not run anywhere where thay can be seen or, more importantly, get hung up on anything.

With a cable remote joystick, the spool valves can be mounted anywhere that would reduce the hose runs and be out of the way. We left the spool valves on the tower when the cable remote was added.

If you need any help with the P-B circuit, let me know. Would be glad to help.






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 03-06-2007, 22:59 Post: 140253
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Beagle, can you give me the specs on the field rake in photo #15, please? (mfg, url, model #, price, etc.)






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 03-08-2007, 11:10 Post: 140294
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Harold, the implements you see pictured are manufactured by our company. We hold the patent for the system, and manufacture them in Michigan. It is a different type of system than anything else on the market.

I don't want to violate the rules of the board. You can send me an e-mail if you would like more information about the FieldFrame implement system.

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 05-06-2007, 12:31 Post: 141848
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Hi Beagle -- sorry about the unrelated question. . . but I was reading this thread and noticed in your profile that you have a 2 ton hydraulic dump trailer.

I am looking for one for my JD 4320. Can you point me in the right direction? I posted this question under tractor implements. . .

Thanks,

John






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 05-07-2007, 09:45 Post: 141870
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No Problem. The original dump trailer came from Country Manufacturing in Frederickston, Ohio. They have a web site.

The trailer is rated at 2 tons, but we added about 200lbs of steel to the undercarriage to get it to perform the way we needed it to. We also added the hydraulics,I'm not sure if they offer the trailer with it or not. We also modified the tail gate to swing up when we dump. The original gate was just a slide in. Absolutely useless when you have the trailer full.

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