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Re: 3020 hydraulics

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Tim S

12-15-2013 11:13:37

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Exactly,,, This is a problem that is simple to sort out but it has been complicated by several different ideas as to what is going on....that being said,, "If" it has a joy stick or a double stick valve working the loader functions and the loader "drifts up", then the only possible thing it could be is the loader valve is leaking past the spool. and it don't matter "where" your getting the supply from...and as we have always stated the best way to hook a loader control up is plumbing into the main supply line for pressure,,and returning through a ported filter bowl and using a separate valve for loader control.

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Tx Jim

12-15-2013 11:31:12

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 Re: 3020 hydraulics in reply to Tim S, 12-15-2013 11:13:37  
I think the loader on this 3020 tractor is scv controlled not ind 2 spool valve controlled.

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12-15-2013 16:34:10

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 Re: 3020 hydraulics in reply to Tx Jim, 12-15-2013 11:31:12  
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I agree that the loader is currently controlled from dash operated SCV's. I was just wondering instead of the time and $$$ rebuilding the dash mounted SCV valves .And rebuilding the worn couplers at the back.
Maybe it would be time and cost effective to go with a joystick instead of repairs?

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