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Re: hydraulic valve 631

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soundguy

11-15-2012 12:46:30
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as dean said.. used and new valves are available for fitting that COMMON ford top cover ( 55-to at least 75. ) both single and dual spools.

another cheaper option would to hit a hyds supply place and pickup a 2 valve log splitter or loader / generic open center dual DA valve. that will probably run you 150-200$.. maybee less if you find a sale.

plumb the supply and return ports of th valve to QD male ends. on your existing singla DA valve, install 1' stubby hoses with female QD ends.

plug in the plow when needed.. unplug to use the remote for other purposes.

another option is to do the same.. install 1' stubby hoses with female QD's.. adn then get that dual generic valve.. and get a 100$ power beyond plate and mount it under the valve you already have. plumb it directly in and out of the other valve.. and leave that hard connected to the plow.. leaving your other valve for other remote uses. make sur eyou get open center valves..e tc.. either of these options will be cheaper than a used dual top cover valve.. AND give you more use out of your system.

if you have questions.. post back

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Larharm

11-16-2012 11:26:08
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-15-2012 12:46:30  
So a 2 valve log splitter or loader / generic should have three ports one to cycl for vertical lift and two to cycl for angle



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soundguy

11-16-2012 12:43:50
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-16-2012 11:26:08  
a 2 spool valve is generally setup as DA and will have 4 ports. many times you can make one of the spools operate in SA mode by adjusting a sleave or set screw.. thus you only use 3 of the ports and plug the 4th one so no dirt gets in it.



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Larharm

11-16-2012 14:25:33
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-16-2012 12:43:50  
I think I am getting the hang of it now, so i will just leave the lever on the existing valve under the seat and the two hoses that now go to the QD there and plug in male hoses from new valve. Just this set up bypass the existing lever control that is on the valve under the seat i now use it for the existing cycl to raise and lower



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soundguy

11-16-2012 15:36:23
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-16-2012 14:25:33  
you can use the oem valve to feed another or stack a PB plate under it and run those in that loop, and still have the oe valve.. etc..



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Larharm

11-16-2012 07:22:08
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-15-2012 12:46:30  
Thanks for you reply, will be a lot less money. right now there are two hoses about 2' from the existing valve with QD one is not in use the other goes to the cycl on the plow for vertical lift
There is only one connection for the new valve or would it have to be plumed direct to existing valve



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soundguy

11-16-2012 11:30:13
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-16-2012 07:22:08  
expand on that a lil.. if you only have 1 connection it may be SA.. and or there may have been a return directly to sump



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Larharm

11-17-2012 07:50:17
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-16-2012 11:30:13  
there is two connection but only using one for vertical lift not using one don't want down pressure on plow



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soundguy

11-19-2012 06:15:54
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-17-2012 07:50:17  
post a pic..



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Larharm

11-19-2012 13:12:16
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-19-2012 06:15:54  

hope this ok can get better pic valve tomorrow



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soundguy

11-20-2012 05:29:54
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-19-2012 13:12:16  
considering i was wanting to see the hyds setup.. that really doesn't help at all.

nice looking machine though.. :)



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Larharm

11-20-2012 08:16:25
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-20-2012 05:29:54  

These should help



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soundguy

11-20-2012 10:55:27
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to Larharm, 11-20-2012 08:16:25  
if only using 1 hose.. it may be setup to be single acting. / fast drop



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Larharm

11-20-2012 12:00:54
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 Re: hydraulic valve 631 in reply to soundguy, 11-20-2012 10:55:27  
Only using one hose now i had two hose on there but did not want down pressure on the plow but it did work with two hoses



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