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 12-01-2000, 14:23 Post: 22032
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I need to add a set of auxillary hydraulic connectors to the front of my Cub 7275. I've noticed that Cub sells a kit that includes an auxillary valve that mounts to the right side of the driver's seat. The photo in their brochure shows the connectors mounted on the right rear fender near the ROPS. Can this unit be mounted at the front of the machine? Where does it draw its hydraulic flow? My local dealer is new to the line and hasn't installed one yet. Mr. White, do you know?






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 12-02-2000, 08:17 Post: 22058
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We are a Cub cadet dealer and sell many compacts. The remotes are normally mounted at the rear of the tractor because that is the standard mounting location for almost all tractors. The remotes could be mounted at the front if new longer hydraulic hoses were made up from the valve to the remote couplers. The hyd valve gets its fluid supply from a hyd block on the side of the tractor that is intended for this purpose or to supply a loader. Details of connections to the block are described in the owners manual. Make sure your connections are correct before cranking the tractor possible damage to the hyd pump can happen if connections are made incorrectly.

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 12-04-2000, 09:07 Post: 22109
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I can only repeat what has been said in a previous post. I think he covered it quite well.






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 12-04-2000, 10:29 Post: 22111
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Thank you Mr. Paul and Mr. White. Mr. Paul's reply has raised a new question, and that is, will I have to give up the ability to run my FEL and backhoe if I install this valve kit? Seems like there are a limited number of hydraulic taps on the manifold, or can this problem be overcome with fittings? I want to have flow to all three valves (FEL, hoe, and optional valve). Thanks again.






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 12-04-2000, 12:26 Post: 22113
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The problem would not be how many you have but how many you can use at once. The multi valves are fine sometimes when building special application stuff we will stack them five , six deep. If they were all to be open at the same time there would be some really slow movement and I would hope not to have a motor trying to run at that time. There are other things that enter in to hydraulics but you don't need to worry about those for what you have described.






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 12-04-2000, 12:27 Post: 22114
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The problem would not be how many you have but how many you can use at once. The multi valves are fine sometimes when building special application stuff we will stack them five , six deep. If they were all to be open at the same time there would be some really slow movement and I would hope not to have a motor trying to run at that time. There are other things that enter in to hydraulics but you don't need to worry about those for what you have described.






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 12-04-2000, 14:36 Post: 22117
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Thanks Mr. White, your advice is appreciated. I think under the circumstances I'll explore the remaining possibility of adding a pump kit to my rear 540rpm pto, then routing a set of hydraulic couplings to wherever I need them. This way if I have to apply some force to the FEL while a hydraulic motor (post hole digger) is running I won't experience the slow down you've described. Thanks again Art, good talkin' at you. Now does anyone know where I can get a 20gpm pto pump kit?






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Ted, I'm sure others have them, too, but Northern Tool has PTO powered hydraulic pumps listed in their 2000 Fall Master Catalog. Try the link below or call 1-800-533-5545 and ask about Items #10521-C151, 1051-C151, or 1050-C151






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 12-04-2000, 23:22 Post: 22129
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Twelve to twenty GPM PTO pumps are a common item in every single Ag or tractor store. Just walk in a you can buy it off the shelf. It will have NPT fittings and a standard PTO spline. Look into the ones with a "thru the pump" spline so you can still run things off of the PTO shaft. 25%more expensive.
BTW, these US PTO pumps in 12 GPM really move the liquid compared with the flow rate that I seem to get out of my compacts internal pump...






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A qualification about slow running multiple outlets is that 'slow moving' means 'no moving' in straight open-centre system. Outlets in open centre systems are connected in series, and only the first outlet used gets pressure. This may not be true for power beyond systems, which work differently.

If you're going to a PTO pump system, which seems like a good idea, then additional plumbing for the tractor pump system may be irrelevant. However, here's a curious idea. I heard some talk about an 'electric hydraulic multiplier.' I'm not sure exactly what they are, but they seem to be a way of adding more outlets to a system without adding more control valves. I'm not sure how they work, but opinions about them weren't very positive. They were thought to be inconvenient to use and almost as expensive as additional control valves.






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