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 04-25-2008, 10:10 Post: 153242
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I am looking to add a 3rd hydraulic control on my 2006 MX5000. I talked to a dealer that just started selling Kubota's and got a price of $1700+ installed. $1460 was for the "special" valve that this tractor takes and the rest oil and labor. Is this the best I can hope for if I have someone install this?






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 04-25-2008, 13:39 Post: 153244
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 3rd hydraulic control for MX5000

I'm not sure how fancy a valve setup (factory look, etc.) you're aiming for, nor really familiar with that model.

I do know that we routinely add 3rd and 4th valves to our L series units all the time, both 4-way joystick style and conventional 2 way units. Generally the cost is about $250 for a single 2-way, and about $450 for a 4-way, installed.

Hope it helps some.

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 3rd hydraulic control for MX5000

Pitt_md,

I recently priced out a rear remote hyd. outlet for my Kubota. Even if I purchase all of the parts directly from Kubota (The highest priced source), it still came out to only $790.00.

I didn't price out any installation costs, as this is something I would do myself. However, I would guess that labor would be somewhere around three hours. Total cost, including labor, should be under $1100.00

I'd look for another dealer. Any dealer could do this job for you. It's not a difficult operation.

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 04-26-2008, 11:32 Post: 153264
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The dealer said it was more expensive because my tractor had a "nonstackable monoblock" valve. Ever heard of this?






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Problem solved. I was talking to another dealer and it appears that I implied that i already had two remotes and needed one more. I just have the joystick currently and wanted to add another remote to operate a grapple. $743 + labor. Thats more along the lines i was thinking.

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