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Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30?

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05-19-2017 14:15:56

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New to the group here. Was wondering if anyone had any information or references to installing a hydraulic diverter valve on a Ferguson TO-30. My current set up requires me to lock up my lift arms in order to use the front loader. Was wanting to put in a diverter valve so I can easily select between the two.


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05-20-2017 14:18:12

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 Re: Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30? in reply to Buggutz, 05-19-2017 14:15:56  
There is NO WAY to do that. For remote use they DO ave to be locked down and 2" down is enough. There are or were straps made that bolted around the axle to hold them in place and with that you did not have to wait till the lift arms raised up to where ever the length of your chain was to get remote working. The only way to easily alternate between front loader and 3 point is put on a front mount pump for loader. I had a T)-30 and had homemade straps for that and remote lift was instantanious.

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deere mark

05-20-2017 07:11:30

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 Re: Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30? in reply to Buggutz, 05-19-2017 14:15:56  
Might get a quicker response if you post this on the "Harry Ferguson" Forum just down a little further under the manufacturers forums. And I will be interested in the answers as my MF-35 still has the 3-point arms locked up for the loader. Originally had a trip-loader and had to raise the loader with the 3-point control.

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05-20-2017 10:12:16

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 Re: Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30? in reply to deere mark, 05-20-2017 07:11:30  
Mark, is this what you are asking about? Bolts on in place of the cover where the stand pipe comes up.

Should work with the 35 series, and other models. Don't think it will work with TO30 and older though.

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05-21-2017 06:08:51

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 Re: Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30? in reply to Steve@Advance, 05-20-2017 10:12:16  
Steve, there is no place on that tractor for a block like that.

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05-21-2017 14:59:16

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 Re: Adding diverter valve to Ferguson TO-30? in reply to Leroy, 05-21-2017 06:08:51  
Leroy, please reread the post.

I was answering deere mark's question about his MF35.

You are correct, the block will not work on a TO30.

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