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 02-25-2004, 21:11 Post: 77931
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I just bought a Nortrak 254 tractor. It sure beats my Kubota L210. It has the FEL on it also. I want to add a top link and side adjustment. Which spool valve do I need and where to I hook into the hydraulics at. Is the system sufficient to handle two more cyliders. They are not actually used very much and not at the same time as the FEL.

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 02-25-2004, 22:17 Post: 77936
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Check out the Integration Engineering System $1250
or CCM Hydraulic top link with check valve $170






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 02-26-2004, 08:42 Post: 77960
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I was looking at that. I just emailed them for prices and shipping info. I was looking more to purchase the pieces myself and install on tractor. More satifaction and more learning. I just need education on valves and where to obtain pressure and return on my tractor.

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 02-26-2004, 19:39 Post: 78019
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Ironpeller, whats the reason the ports are connected, and what is that device in between the ports?






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 02-26-2004, 20:16 Post: 78028
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The valve body in the middle of the cylinder is a double pilot operated check valve. This insures exact placement positioning of the cylinder. This means that any bleed by from the valve less than 500 psi will be contained and the position will be held. Without the valve you will constantly be readjusting the cylinders position because every valve has a certain amount of bleed by and drift.






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 02-26-2004, 20:55 Post: 78029
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Ironpeddler, thanks for the reply and sorry about misspelling your name






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 02-26-2004, 21:02 Post: 78031
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Its good to see owners finally have somewhere to go to make adding top/tilt easier.
Once I had it I wouldn't be without it !






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 02-26-2004, 22:50 Post: 78048
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How would I determine the bore, retracted lenght, and stroke for a top link and a side link? With my box scrapper on the ground the pin to pin lenght is apporx. 18 inches for both the top and side links. the tractor is a 45 hp TYM. Any help would be greatly appreciated






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 02-27-2004, 00:19 Post: 78055
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The easiest way to know what top link and side link you need it to measure what you currently have. Match the retracted length of the 3 point members and match the retracted length of the hydraulic cylinder.






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 02-27-2004, 04:16 Post: 78057
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rrc123 - $20 is a small price to pay for the information that is available from a site like this. It's also good karma. For your free $100 bill w/ no strings attached call Jim at [register for the rest of this and other fine posts at Tractorpoint.com]






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