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karl h

10-11-2010 10:19:08

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A few months ago you wrote about installing a loader valve on a 970 "Sure there is. Did it on my 970. Plumb it into the line between the PTO valve and the original remote valve. The valve you install must have its own relief valve. I used a gresen loader valve with cable controls. I mounted the controls just to the right and above the 3 point controls. Looks factory from inside the cab. The valve itself is mounted to the side of the transmission just ahead of the right brake. I do not have a loader, but I needed 4 remote valves for several of the machines I pull. Its been on there for 25 years plus." Could you tell me how exactly you plumbed it? Did it have a power beyond port and what did you do with the out port? thanks!!

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10-11-2010 18:37:30

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 Re: Calling DKase in reply to karl h, 10-11-2010 10:19:08  
The Gresen loader valves are designed to be stacked, so the out port can be used for a power beyond port. The out port is plumbed to the PTO valve. There was no power beyond port.

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karl h

10-12-2010 07:21:23

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 Re: Calling DKase in reply to DKase, 10-11-2010 18:37:30  
So is flow to the remotes blocked when the gressen valve is in use?

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10-12-2010 10:16:41

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 Re: Calling DKase in reply to karl h, 10-12-2010 07:21:23  
Only when a one way cyl is being moved with the full flow. Any extra flow or return flow goes on to the original hydraulics. Not any different than using both remotes at the same time.

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