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530 hydraulics questions

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05-24-2006 05:01:48

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I have an Ag case 530. It has a front end loader with down pressure. If I want to use the rear hydraulics, do I need to disconnect the lines for the loader? I have the lever for the 3 point and then the two I typically use for the loader. I figure if I use these two for the rear hydraulics the loader is also going to be going up/down or dumping bucket. Give a rookie some advice...

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09-17-2006 18:02:46

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 Re: 530 hydraulics questions in reply to yak651, 05-24-2006 05:01:48  
I suggest not blocking your email address if you need help. My two cents.

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05-24-2006 08:45:19

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 Re: 530 hydraulics questions in reply to yak651, 05-24-2006 05:01:48  
Give it a try and see what happens. I wouldn't think it would hurt anything.

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Joe Young

05-24-2006 05:31:37

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 Re: 530 hydraulics questions in reply to yak651, 05-24-2006 05:01:48  
It really depends on the plumbing of your loader hydraulics. I have valve that directs one of the hydraulic circuits to the loader bucket or to the remotes in the rear of the tractor. The valve in my setup is actually positioned on at the cylinder, but could be anywhere in that circuit. - Joe

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