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 05-05-2010, 11:04 Post: 170550
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I have a Kubota L4330 tractor and need to add an auxillary control valve and lever to turn my snow plow left or right.
The snow plow has already the hoses and cylinder. Any suggestions on control valve and were to connect?






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 05-05-2010, 11:52 Post: 170552
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John, first off, welcome!!!

As for your snow plow question, the answer requires a question, is the plow mounted on the loader or on the 3pth?

If it's on the loader there's very little except a 12 volt solenoid and a pair of couplers that you need to add.


Best of luck.






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 05-05-2010, 11:53 Post: 170553
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 Auxillary Hydralic valve and Lever

Short of rigging up a selector valve coming off the loader if you have one, the best bet is to bite the bullet and buy a kit from the dealer. They can be pricey but you rest assured everything will fit and have all the necessary relief and load checks in it.






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 05-06-2010, 00:29 Post: 170576
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It is on the quick attack loader ( were the bucket can be attached)
The snow plow comes with a hydralic hoses and cylinder to pivot the plow left or right.






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 05-06-2010, 09:13 Post: 170581
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It is on the quick attack loader ( were the bucket can be attached)The snow plow comes with a hydralic hoses and cylinder to pivot the plow left or right.



If that's the case all you need then is a pair of 12 volt solenoid valves that diverts the fluid that goes to & from the bucket curl circuit to a pair of quick disconnect fittings.

You plug the plow into that pair of ports, flip the switch and use the side-to-side control of the loader control to angle the plow left or right instead.

Just be sure the plumbing for the plow includes some form of shock relief.

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