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Discussion Board - Re: Don't know what to do

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10-28-2012 13:29:20

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I assume it has two sets of lines unless they are one-way cylinders. The most elegant solution is to either purchase the optional dual hydraulic valve and replace your single which probably isn't going to be cheap. Also could go with a electric solenoid hydraulic valve splitter such as Fasse which isn't cheap either. Cheapest solution would be to install several ball valves and manually shunt the flow to one of the cylinders at a time. Just route the hoses so you could operate them from the seat. It is possible to buy components from Surplus Supply or some other discount outlet and make your own "Fasse splitter" much cheaper. Just need to properly match components and build it yourself. A complete Fasse kit can be purchased which has everything to make the installation "hassle free" You just pay more for the convience.

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10-28-2012 17:03:53

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 Re: Don't know what to do in reply to James22, 10-28-2012 13:29:20  

You can get a hydraulic diverter valve, hand operated. I used one once for a baler with hydraulic tie. Don't remember the brand name or how much it cost, but it wasn't expensive.

The outlet on the tractor was plumbed to the diverter valve and regular Pioneer connectors were plumbed to it. The two hose sets from the baler were attached to the outlets. In your case, as I understand the problem, you would use the tractor control lever to raise to gate, then switch the diverter to the other set of lines to lock the gate, again using the tractor control lever.


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