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Re: 260 loader controller

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10-15-2013 09:38:34

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Parts catalog shows DEERE used HUSCO, Eaton, and Cessna valves on those loaders.

Yours is CLEARLY the HUSCO. I am almost certain if you look CLOSELY at the end block of the valve where the ports in question are, one will be labelled "T" for Tank and the other "P" for pressure, probably on the "top" side, facing the green box. Letters will probably be kind of hard to see as they are cast into the sand-cast block.

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jason west

10-15-2013 10:02:26

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 Re: 260 loader controller in reply to Bob, 10-15-2013 09:38:34  
okay I just tore the valve out and the inside one is marked in and outside one is out. So the small hose is on the out, soooo... should I swith the larger hose over to the out for return and smaller hose over to in for supply. And just for redundancy, the supply will connect to the top port of PBY block that channels to the small hole inside the top of PBY housing and return will dump into side of PBY that dumps into the main part of Block? Last question I Promise! You guys have been so helpful. Jason West

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Tx Jim

10-15-2013 10:39:42

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 Re: 260 loader controller in reply to jason west, 10-15-2013 10:02:26  
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Actually as long as the return hose size is 3/8 in inside diameter it will be FINE. On most JD FEL valves I've seen/worked on the pressure/return hoses were the same size.

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