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case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve

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mulley5531

04-24-2012 13:07:32




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the tractor has a single lever valve with 2 remotes for double acting cylinders. Can I hook up a loader valve to/beyond this valve or do I need additional parts? My manual tells me I can connect a single acting cyl to the first port and run the other remote to the dump on the back of the tractor. Will this work the same for the loader valve?? This is my first Case so dont know the ins and outs.

The manual suggests the remote valves can be stacked and you could run a loader from the remotes but it would be uncomfortable to be reaching down all the time. I already have a loader valve but not a second case valve to stack. Thanks

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RGMartin

04-25-2012 03:51:35




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to namksu, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
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Remotes get priority over the 3 point hitch.



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mEl

04-25-2012 05:36:13




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to RGMartin, 04-25-2012 03:51:35  
A power beyond top cover is the only way to go and should not be hard to find or to expensive. The lines from the top cover must be looped when the loader is removed to complete open center flow but it's by far the best option.
mEl



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RGMartin

04-24-2012 17:00:50




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to Pastor John, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
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It goes on top of the valve, replacing the cover that says "cessna ENGLAND" on it.



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RGMartin

04-24-2012 13:22:26




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to mulley5531, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
Your tractor is a David Brown with Case stickers. Any DB selectamatic era valve will work. Seconds remote valves are an easy add on. Used ones pop up pretty regularly for under $200.

The factory installs were running a line from one remote, through your valve(must be open center), then to a return port in the transmission housing. I am not a big fan of this set up because you lose lubrication oil to your transmission any time the remote is activated as it leaves the lubrication circuit(bypass oil lubes the transmission).

A power beyond block or using both remotes for fluid and return are better choices in my opinion.

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CK in WI

04-25-2012 18:46:32




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to mulley5531, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
know a guy who wants to help, but can"t seem to post a link to his info because I"m a "guest" here.

[sarcasm on] Great policy, BTW [/sarcasm off]



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Les

04-25-2012 18:45:37




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to mulley5531, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
Contact Elmer in Ontario, Canada. He"ll help you out. Here"s his email:

ejlandman@sympatico.ca



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Steven Meckstroth

04-24-2012 17:47:00




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to mulley5531, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
There is an option that I've seen used on many tractors. The hoses from the loader valve can be hooked into the remote valve on the tractor. The remote valve can be tied into the engaged position. This set-up was used on a lot of tractors with the Dunham Lear loader because it could be used in a couple of minutes.



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mulley 5531

04-24-2012 19:41:22




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to Steven Meckstroth, 04-24-2012 17:47:00  
if I "tie it down" will that affect the 3 point lift? This sounds like the same as the process to hook up a single acting cyl. where you hook up the cyl. to the front port and then dump the rear port to the connection at the rear of the tractor (usually a pipe elbow fitting)



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lowey59

04-24-2012 16:26:41




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 Re: case 1194 hydraulic hooking up loader valve in reply to mulley5531, 04-24-2012 13:07:32  
You need to try and get, what is called a power beyond block which I believe goes under the single lever valve already on your tractor, this requires longer bolts. If you have a tractor wrecker nearby you could try there. The same power beyond block fits most David Brown ( Case ) tractors. This block lets both the loader valve and the valve beside the seat to be "Live" all the time. Good Luck If you have any other questions I'll try to help

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