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Harry Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: Adding remote hydraulics to TO-35

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samn40

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First thing you need is the isolater valve. you remove the small square plate on top of the lift cover and fit the isolater....no gasket it just pops down on to the stackpipe. Take a hose from the isolater to the input side of your remote valves , I would buy a 3 bank after- market valve and mount it on the fender. bring your return hose from the valve to a little Allen key grub screw on the left side of the lift cover just in front of the lift shaft. Ideally your spools will have one single acting valve....plumb this out to a remote connection at the rear(you should have odd numbers of remotes...single acting and 1 or 2 double acting) Now run a tube from the small Allen key grub screw down on the front left of the lift cover and use a quick release coupler to plug it into the single acting remote. Put your draft lever fully back into constant pumping with the selector lever locking the lower linkarms and you have constant power to the spools. The single acting lever will now operate your 3 point and the other valves will be avaiable for other operations. If you go to plough simply disconnect the quick release pipe from the single acting valve and unlock you isolater valve. All sorts of combinations are available in remote spool valves you need to decide before buying how many 2 way cylinders and how many single way cylinders you will run plus add the single acting one for the 3 point. Some valves have a screw so you can select either single or double acting....shop around! Sam

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