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3 levers on a 460

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RustyR

11-13-2017 06:03:08




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looking at a 460 on an auction site, wondering about using it as a rake tractor. It has p/s and the three levers to the right side. I need to be able to run two separate cylinders on the rake, only shows one set of rear outlets. Anybody know how the three levers function?




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BarnyardEngineering

11-14-2017 04:10:36




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 Re: 3 levers on a 460 in reply to RustyR, 11-13-2017 06:03:08  
If the tractor does not have a fast hitch, it could have three hydraulic remotes. One under each side of the gas tank, and one to the rear.

It is very common to run a short set of hoses from one or both of the remote outlets to the rear of the tractor, where you mount sets of Pioneer style breakaway couplers for connecting to implements. There are holes in the top of the platform that work well for this purpose.

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DeltaRed

11-13-2017 11:20:46




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 Re: 3 levers on a 460 in reply to RustyR, 11-13-2017 06:03:08  
One is for the hitch. Other two are 'remotes'. Look under the gas tank for the couplers. One will be 'split' with lines to the back. Just plug into the other one for the second outlet.



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Roger Tomfohrde

11-13-2017 06:27:18




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 Re: 3 levers on a 460 in reply to RustyR, 11-13-2017 06:03:08  
Inner two levers(towards the middle) are for the outlets by/under the gas tank right and left by the lever. Middle lever also operates the rear at the same time. Left can have hoses added to the rear for two sets. Usually if the far right lever has a quadrant on it, it was set up for a fast hitch. That lever could also be used for rear hydraulics if there is hosees to the valve which is the one far to the left of the valve assembly block when sitting on the seat. If no quadrant the valves can be set to single or double acting by the round pin sticking out the front with flat spots for a wrench, used to have stickers stating what position it is in.. Hopes this helps
Roger

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