Posted by JBex on August 19, 2013 at 06:41:03 from (126.96.36.199):
I bought a Superior trip buck loader to put on my WD45 this weekend and I have a few questions about it. First if I run the loader from the remote port under the seat will the snap coupler/3point arms move in sync with the loader? If it does what are some good options for putting in valves/manifolds to get them to move independently of one another without adding an extra pump. I want to be able to essently lock the 3 point arms in the up position while using the loader and then be able to quickly reverse this. Locking the loader up, and using something like a blade on the back. Would the 3 point rams have to be Teed together to make this work? Is that even possible? I use the tractor mainly for driveway maintance and clearing snow, so have both implements running at once would be ideal. Suggestions very much appreciated.
I tried to post this question earlier and I"m not sure if it went through, so if this is a duplicate post please remove it. Thanks
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