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Sensitivity of rear remote hydraulics

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Danny Yerks
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2003-03-14          51124


I just added a hydraulic side link on my TC29D and tried it out for the first time yesterday. I was disappointed with it because it is way too sensitive. I would move the lever and nothing would happen ... move the lever some more and nothing would happen ... move the lever some more and then it would jerk the 3pt arm too far. Is there some way to adjust the sensitivity of the hydraulic control?

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TomG
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2003-03-15          51178


Some flow reduction in the cylinder lines should do the trick. I think that flow reduction parts are fairly standard and most any tractor of hydraulics shop should be able to help. It's also probably a cheap solution since I think that some of the parts to do it are little more than washers with small orifices. However, the flow reduction does go in the cylinder lines (and probably one of them would be sufficient) rather than valve inlet or outlet lines. ....

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mcsd126
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2003-03-16          51301


Did you purchase NH rear remotes or another brand? I am wanting to add a remote to the rear of my 29D but the price off $300.oo for NH parts seems a little expensive to me.

-Mike ....

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2003-03-17          51313


Both Prince and Cross were running sales on valve assemblies not that long ago. I think a dealer should offer solutions from after-market manufacturers since they often work well and are less expensive than factory parts. However, for something like a loader, factory equipment is likely to have the mounts and joystick specifically designed for the tractor.

If you look at after-market valves, avoid ones rated for much higher flows than the tractor pump. Large flow rated valves can be very large physically and not at all desirable to mount on a compact.
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2003-03-23          51668


That's a good comment. I believe you're right and that I forgot it was a double-acting cylinder where each hose gets a chance to be on the pressure or return side. It's also good to have an estimate of an appropriate orifice size. ....

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2003-05-08          54513


Sorry about taking so long to get back on this. I ended up adding 1/32" orifices to both hoses and now it works great. I ordered the 1/2" pipe thread restrictors from Royal Brass in Illinois for total of $11 for both including shipping. They have a web site and their headquarters are in Knoxville, TN. The web site, http://www.royalbrassandhose.com, which has a list of dealers.

The part number is 8MP-8FPXR and it's called a "Restricted pipe SWVL". It doesn't swivel though, once it's tightened down it's rigid. The SWVL means they will swivel while installing, but once they're tight they are rigid, which is fine because the quick connect where it connects to the tractor can swivel anyway to keep the hoses from binding.
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