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Kubota B7510 rear hydraulic valve

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600rider
Join Date: Jul 2007
Posts: 5 union city pa
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2007-07-05          143444


hello I am new here and have a question or two... I am looking to put a rear hyd valve on my b7510 the dealer said it was $500... thats to much $$$$ any other options? I do not have a fel but do have the valve to run my snowblowerr and frt blade. Thanks Ken. ps I will try to post some pics later

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2007-07-05          143446


Ken,

You have several options available to you, but none are cheap. 500 dollars for a rear remote outlet is a bit much, but your other options aren't any cheaper.

First off, it is important to know how much oil your implement will need, per minute, and the operating pressure required, before deciding on which system to go with.

For example, a log splitter with a 4"x24" hydraulic cylinder requires about 12 gallons per minute in order to cycle in a timely fashion. At 7 gallons per minute, which is about what the B7610 produces from its internal pump, your log splitter will operate very slowly, but it will work.

If you choose to install a PTO powered hydraulic pump on your tractor, you could easily put out 13 gallons per minute from your PTO pump. However, you will need a whole lot of other accessories and devices to make this system operational, all of which add up in cost. (Hydraulic fluid reservoir, spool valve, fittings, hoses, etc.)

Before you decide on which method is best and cheapest for you (There are no cheap choices), please make sure you aren't wasting your money on something that won't work properly for you.

Should you decide to go with a PTO powered pump, make sure you don't exceed your tractor's horsepower capabilities. The B7610 produces about 18 horsepower at the PTO shaft. You'll want to make sure your pump doesn't demand more than that. Matching the pump to the tractor is very important.

With 18HP at your PTO shaft, the largest Prince Pump you could use would be the 5.7 cu. in. HC-PTO-2A model. This pump produces full pressure and maximum flow with 18HP supplied to the input shaft. Maximum output is 11.4 gallons per minute at 2000 PSI.

This PTO pump nearly doubles the output from the B75610's rear remote hydraulics, and is perfect for even the largest log splitter.


Joel ....

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Murf
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2007-07-05          143448


600, as Joel pointed out, you don't say what you need the rear remote for.

If it's just to run a top 'n' tilt or hydraulic top link, just spend an extra $20 on longer lines and run them from the front.

Best of luck. ....

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600rider
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2007-07-05          143456


Hello thanks for responding. I use the rear remote for my boxblade w/ pivoting teeth and my pig pole for extra higth and also angling my rock rake. all made by me aka Lewis mfg. A toplink would be nice but they are a little pricy. Thanks Ken. ....

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2007-07-06          143469


I don't know what you consider pricey, but my hydraulic toplink cost me $30 bucks.

For what you are doing that you want hydraulics for, I would definitely recomend using the front remotes with a longer line set. A simple valve in there would easily split it out into two sets of rear remotes.

Best of luck. ....

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2007-07-06          143480


I allready have a single spool valve and just hooked it up by splitting the hydraulic line for the front valve and running it to the remote and back to the loader valve works great. it was an open center valve. thanks for the info btw where did you get a toplink for $30 the only ones I've seen were on ebay for $150 to $250? thanks Ken. ....

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