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Re: 260 loader controller

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10-14-2013 20:31:34

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It looks like DEERE used at least 3 different spool valves in that control box. Lacking any further documentation on what you have, can you look at the "in" and "out" ports on the actual control valve and follow the plumbing from there to the two ports passing through the control box?

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10-14-2013 23:36:27

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 Re: 260 loader controller in reply to Bob, 10-14-2013 20:31:34  
Not really? the spool just has two unlabeled ports on the top of the valve. If you call the long side of a rectangle the top, there are two parallel ports. Coming out of the same side towards the bottom is the valve control cables. Facing towards me is two rows of three loader supply quick couplers. If it makes a difference... one hose is a larger diameter than the other hose on the "in" "out" ports. What happens if i hook them up backwards. JD Shop manager said they should be labeled in out, but there not. What happens if I hook them up backwards?

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10-15-2013 01:39:55

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 Re: 260 loader controller in reply to jason west, 10-14-2013 23:36:27  
Any manufacturer"s name visible on the valve... if so, a "net search might turn up how the ports should be labeled.

The smaller hose is "pressure", and the larger hose "return" 90+ % of the time, UNLESS someone has been able to muck things up and figured out a way to reverse them!

ONE result of hooking them up backwards will be lots of pressure on the seals at the end of each spool.

Since this is a closed-center system, it does not have a relief valve in the block you are adding.

If it were an open-center system that would be a BIG problem, "cuz hooking it up backwards can break the pump, the valve or blow lines because of the relief valve not being able to function!

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