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Re: External cylinder running of internal hydraulics?

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kylemorley

03-03-2013 16:13:45
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So with the manure bucket you'd use the 3 pt lift lever to raise and lower the bucket, then use the needle valve to lock the bucket up while you went back and unchained the arms if you should need to use the 3 point?

If so, would the bucket lower just by opening the needle valve, or would it be necessary to rechain the arms so you could lower it using the 3 point lever?




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 Re: External cylinder running of internal hydraulics? in reply to kylemorley, 03-03-2013 16:13:45  
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If you open the "needlevalve" with the 3pt control in the raised position and a raised load on both the 3pt and the loader the heaviest load wins

If the 3pt load is less than the load in the loader bucket the lift arms will go to the top and the the loader will drop.

If the load on the 3pt is greater than the load in the bucket the loader will go to the top and the lift arms will drop.

Trying to use both at the same time without a modification to the top cover and external control valves is an exercise in frustration and can get downright dangerous - easy to accidentally drop a load.

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