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David Brown 885 question?

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02-13-2018 12:43:13

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I asked a little while back about adding remote hydraulics to a 885. Well I bought the tractor. The serial # is 885N 647228. I'm guessing the "N" stands for narrow, is that right and if so can I still add a remote.i read somewhere you can't do it on a narrow 885. How about it ArleninOr or RGMartin, got anything that will work.
Thanks for any answers to my problem.


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02-15-2018 04:57:06

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to bobwny, 02-13-2018 12:43:13  

Do you have a 3-way valve for sale?If you do I would be interested in buying it. How do I contact you?

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02-14-2018 07:59:31

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to bobwny, 02-13-2018 12:43:13  
You would switch from remotes to 3 point by moving a lever while seated.

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02-14-2018 04:41:32

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to bobwny, 02-13-2018 12:43:13  
If I take power at the three point hitch will I still be able to use the three point along with the re mote at the same time or will the three point be inoperative. If you have a 3-way valve setup I would be interested. How do I get your e-mail. Also I would gladlypost pictures if I knew how..Can someone tell me how. It would be from a Samsung Galaxy tablet.

Thanks, Bob

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02-13-2018 15:07:03

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to bobwny, 02-13-2018 12:43:13  
Are you able to post a photo of the area of the camel's hump?

Heck, post some photos of the whole tractor while you are at it. Not sure if I've ever seen an 885N.

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02-13-2018 13:28:35

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to bobwny, 02-13-2018 12:43:13  
Even if it doesn't have a place to install the factory remotes, you could steal hydraulics via the 3 point hitch valve(pulled into SELECT mode), a "3 way valve"(to direct oil away from the 3 point ram) , then add a simple open center spool valve.

That is how many of the factory loader installs were done.

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02-13-2018 19:04:12

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 Re: David Brown 885 question? in reply to RGMartin, 02-13-2018 13:28:35  
What RG said. I think that I saved one of those set-ups off of a tractor. May even have pictures of how it was installed.

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