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Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706

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Loren in MN

07-28-2013 19:03:36

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Thank you greatly- I see that I have the wrong steel piping for the left valve. I have the style of piping that mounts the right valve for a 706. I may still cut/adapt the original dual pipe tubing that fits the right valve to a narrower layout and use it on the left valve. Then use the more common tubing that I have from a 706 on the right valve.

Thank you again!

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Weldon K

07-29-2013 03:54:11

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 Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706 in reply to Loren in MN, 07-28-2013 19:03:36  
I too, looked at the parts catalog for the 706 and it does indeed show different parts than my 756 catalog. Years ago when I added the second valve to my 856 I got a valve from a salvage yard. It had hydraulic fitting elbows on top at the exit ports instead of the banjo fittings with steel tubes. Apparently someone had used it with regular hydraulic hose instead of the steel tubing to go to the "blocks". Before you go to modifying that dual tube assembly ( known as the manifold) , you may want to consider having hose and fittings made up to use on the left valve and run them to the right "block" and use the dual tube manifold on the right valve and run to the left block .

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Weldon K

07-30-2013 07:22:34

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 Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706 in reply to Weldon K, 07-29-2013 03:54:11  
Of course you could just get the needed steel tubes from Case/IH parts. One of them is $252.30, the other is $380.77 !!!!

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Loren in MN

07-30-2013 07:43:46

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 Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706 in reply to Weldon K, 07-30-2013 07:22:34  
Seems that ten years ago, I checked -looking for the grab handle for the left side. I was told $202.00 -seems they may have been making one at a time for that price! Now they are reproducted.

I checked and was told -no longer available. Maybe the dealer knew no one would buy at that price.
Dealer that I checked with said they run hoses. Suprisingly, they didn't have a stock hose or knew the length. They just made them as needed.
They wouldn't let me bother the mechanic to see if he had made notes for the length of hose for his next hyd job.

I had extra tubing, so I'm trying to fab some steel lines but still can use the dual manifold and hoses if needed.

Thank for the help,

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