Hobo, No different than a screw type. Maybe quicker as you can slide the cylinder in or out to the right length to attach the pin. You thinking about making one? I know you too much of a cheap arse to buy one and that's a compliment by the way.
Re: Hydraulic Toplink in reply to Ultradog MN, 12-21-2012 05:09:24
I did not know you could slide if :oops: ,,, Theirs a possibility I may have to have one for my 3000,,, I took the loader off have the controls and a couple hundred to burn.... I will get you a few pix will need info on how to hook it up :wink:
Re: Hydraulic Toplink in reply to Hobo,NC, 12-21-2012 05:23:12
I paid $25 for the cylinder on CL and had a few extra screw type top links laying around. Don't remember what I paid for the hoses, quick disconnects and fittings - maybe $60? I might have $100 in it all together - not counting the remote valve.
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