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Re: Itty bitty remotes

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03-18-2013 08:22:43

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Ultradog MN said: (quoted from post at 10:14:37 03/18/13)
The photo you show of the 3000 is using an external valve and is tapped into the blank hydraulic cover like in my first picture.

Second photo shows a Ford remote vlave which bolts onto the tractor in place of that cover. This one is a dual - ie - has two spools/ two handles. This one is set up for one single acting valve and one double acting valve - they are convertable.

You still have a snake's nest with any remote application but a bolt on remote does eliminate the pair of hoses from the blank cover to the aftermarket spools.

Sorry about the snow. I just took these photos. I think that darned Gary from MT sent this stuff our way.

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I am well aware of the OEM valve setup - it's very expensive, 100% proprietary inside and out, and I don't much care for it. If I had it AND it would do what I needed I'd use it but I certainly wouldn't pay to add it to my tractor. I'll take a couple hoses (or hard lines) and a non-proprietary much less expensive solution using industry standard off the shelf components I can obtain at any hydraulic supply. It works every bit as well and better in some applications. I can configure and purchase a Prince 4 spool sectional with my choice of individual spool options for $375. Another $100 for a couple hoses and a maniflod gets it hooked up to the same supply and return ports the OEM valve uses. Compare that to a new 2 spool OEM style valve which is nearly $1000 aftermarket and a whole lot more from CNH.

This post was edited by TheOldHokie at 10:34:04 03/18/13.

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03-18-2013 09:51:59

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 Re: Itty bitty remotes in reply to TheOldHokie, 03-18-2013 08:22:43  
Not to argue but for the sake of adding info to this board a Ford remote generally runs about $200 for a single handle and $400 for a dual. This is for used.
There were several brands around - both OEM and aftermarket.
They are readily available as the same valve will fit pretty much all the Fords from 1955 well into the mid 80s.
Remote valves rarely get used enough to be worn out unless of course it was used for constant loader work. Loaders generally have their own hydraulics though.
Obviously these wont work on an N or a Jubilee which is what you are primarily dealing with.

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