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 09-26-2008, 16:11 Post: 156872
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Any feed back on the port multiplier below. I know there is more than one brand. kt






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 09-26-2008, 16:42 Post: 156875
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What kind of feedback are you looking for? As far as other brands and types, you are correct. In fact, skid steer attachments particularly 6-way dozer blades, harley-type rakes, rock rakes, power brooms and any othe other attachments that use more than two hydraulic circuits have an electric-over-hydraulic controller. Even my skid steer has something sort of like this unit for the quick attach which is hydraulically operated instead of using manually operated handles. The way it works is you have to curl back the bucket (or attachment) first, then hit LATCH or UNLATCH for it work. Apparently something inside the electric valve has to dead-head in the curled back position only first to divert the fluid.






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 09-29-2008, 07:59 Post: 156910
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Jeff, never had seen the set up until the past Friday as I happened to see it on Agri Supply's shelf. It looked like it was designed to fit the factory connectors but wondered about clearance as it would extend out maybe four or more inches. The body plus the connectors might push it a good bit more than four inches. kt






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Ken, we have been selling and using them for years. About the time a model of a tractor is out of build by two models the attachments also go! Sometimes it's only one model out that the attachments aren't available.

When going into the parts bin you can normally double or triple the price of the original kit to add a valve this way and these are an economical way around the costs. The best part of it is you can take it with you if you decide to change your tractor.

Fasse has been around the industry for some time and we've used them to build hydro electric valve banks for operating everything from potato harvesters to snowgroomers drags.






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