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Re: Adding remote hydraulics to TO-35

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Feed your new valve from one of the plugs with the hexagon hole on the side of the Top Cover. Pipe up you selector valve as you want it. and lift the Draft Lever to the top of the quadrant. You now need to move your selector valve to operate the implement that you are controlling and it should work if you have it piped correctly. To operate the 3 point, lift whatever remote implement or Hydraulic cylinder you are using and move the selector valve so that it will lock this in the raised position, now just lower the Draft Control and operate it as normal.Then implement or ram will stay up as long as the valve and pipework has no leaks.No need to disconnect anything. The return from the selector valve attach es to the Top Cover on the Left side just forward of the Cross-shaft, do not return any oil through the filler plug alongside the Gear Levers. I am assuming that the cylinders you intend to use are double acting, if they are single acting the pipework is slightly different but more or less the same.To change from the implement to the 3 point, all you do is move the selector valve and the use the Tractor controls as normal. If you need more info and tell me exactly what you are using single or double acting rams I will send you a diagram that shows how to connect everything.There are quite a few ways to do this some more complex than others, you can use the tractor controls instead of a Valve assy, just use a selector valve to divert the oil...John(UK)

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