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 02-14-2004, 18:08 Post: 76862
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Is a rear hydraulic valve that important? How and what would you have a use for it for? Is it worth $195 installed, or will I be able to use (disconect )one of the existing rear valves for the few times I may need it?
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 02-15-2004, 10:21 Post: 76914
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Are you talking a hydraulic outlet or rear SCV extension?

Don't know about blue tractors but on green tractors you can get a rear SCV extension that has a diverter valve and allows you to use your FEL joystick for similar rear functions.

OR..... you can get a separate rear power outlet to hook up to things that have their own control valves such as a log splitter or a backhoe.

I have the latter and I use it all the time, since I have a BH and a log splitter and now use it also as the power source for my top n' tilt kit.






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 02-15-2004, 10:30 Post: 76915
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Mark, how are the Top-and-Tilt controls arranged with your Gearmore setup?






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 02-15-2004, 13:53 Post: 76931
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All I was told or asked, by the dealer is if I wanted the rear hydraulic valve? I suppose if I dont get it installed I will find out later that I should of? I am assuming it is for running attachments off the back end. Since I am relatively stupid when it comes to all things related to cuts, I have no idea what I would have a use for it for but if they sell it and he recomended it, I probably should consider having it since he said it was $195 and instalation was free. Slowly but surely the price keeps getting closer to $20 grand, Laughing out loud. Oh well if I pro-reate it over 40 years it is only $500 bucks a year (RIGHT?) Laughing out loud.






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 02-15-2004, 14:02 Post: 76932
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If you are talking about rear remotes, $195 installed for 1 set of rear remotes is a very good price.
Later when you can afford a hydraulic top link you will be set up to plug it in and go.






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 02-15-2004, 15:16 Post: 76935
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Here is a short list of attachments that require outlets at the rear: top and tilt 3pt link, grader blade, landscape rake, stump grinder (usually for sweep and feed), hydraulically powered tiller, backhoe/thumb, hydraulic post digger, some brands of wood splitters, some types of box scrapers, and trencher. I've used most of these (mostly rentals) on the 3 pt. at one time or another, I'm sure there are much more. The price sounds fair for a set of outlets, but I think it will be higher if a selective control valve goes with it.






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 02-15-2004, 15:41 Post: 76937
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on the JD 4000 10 tractors the DSC valve comes with the third valve, and you only have to but the control lever and the hyd lines to the back of the tractor. The John Deere list price is about 200 for the kit.






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 02-15-2004, 18:56 Post: 76966
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Thank you all, Yes the $195 is installed,
I am a CNH employee so I am supposed to be getting a break on all the prices, it is not a huge discount but it definatly is better than a thorn in the eye!
Thank you for the list of some of the attatchments. When you say back blade, If I was to put a top link on it will I be able to controll the draft angle from the seat? or how would that work.? I have a blade that I use on my 8n that I am going to keep when I sell the 8n. Will I be able to use that with the hydraulics and top link or is that a special back blade?
I am very ignorant on alot of this stuff so please bare with me. By this time next year I will be helping other newbie's Laughing out loud.
On a side note: This has been probably the best $20 bucks I have spent, I cant believe how much you all have helped me and more than likely saved me $1000's in work and attatchments added later. I think I have got over the initial shock of the add ons, adding up! And have realized (from talking with all of you) that I better get this thing equiped the way it should be now! for if not I will be kicking myself later.
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 02-15-2004, 19:35 Post: 76969
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You can use the back blade you have now with a hydraulic top link.
I can give an example of how mine works.
I have 2 control levers on the right side of my seat just in front of the position control lever.
These levers control anything plugged into my rear remotes.
I mostly use mine for a hydraulic top link and hydraulic tilt cylinder.
If I have a boxblade or backblade attached to the 3 point, I can angle it ahead or back to control the cutting angle of the implement, I can also control the tilt angle, on the go, from the seat.






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 02-15-2004, 22:34 Post: 76980
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I had asked for the deluxe 3pt with the tractor which will alow me to manually crank the adjustment. It sounds like a top cyl. will do the same but eliminate the need for the crank? If I am right (which I dont know) should I consider cancelling the deluxe 3pt and go with a standard 3pt and have them out in a top link instead? or is a top link a pretty easy install yourself later? Man all these questions/decisions are driving me nuts trying to decide what I should get!
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