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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

John Deere skid steer 570 aux hydraulics

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m_pact

09-16-2020 04:31:20




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We own a john deere skid steer 570. After we removed the continental engine and installed a vanguard the little booger has been great. we use the crap out of it. ;-) we got the big idea that we wanted a grapple on the front so we planned out all the plumbing. We read the manual. bought all the lines and fittings. ran the lines and hooked up the controller. we were confident we had this. lol. this is where things went south for us and have been there since. as it stands the only way our aux will work is if we actuate the current hydraulics. our controller is a closed rd-2575-t4-esa1. we have the pressure side hooked up inline with a T connector straight out of the hydraulic pump before the factory controller. the tank side of the controller is hooked up to a line that goes back to the tank before the filter and of course the other 2 lines go to the ram on the grapple. seems simple.

I guess my question is has anyone here successfully hooked up an aux hydraulics to a 570. will they be kind enough to assist. pics would be great!!! if someone has the factory aux will they let me know where the lines are hooked up?

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J. Schwiebert

09-16-2020 13:45:39




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 Re: John Deere skid steer 570 aux hydraulics in reply to m_pact, 09-16-2020 04:31:20  
You need to have "power beyond" to make it work. You have e-mail and a phone number. The hydraulic oil seeks the path of least resistance.



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m_pact

09-19-2020 04:53:04




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 Re: John Deere skid steer 570 aux hydraulics in reply to J. Schwiebert, 09-16-2020 13:45:39  
the factory manifold is Dukes made out of St Charles IL. what i believe the casting to be (and the only label i could find) is 2?85RS. i cant read what the question mark is. it is attached. maybe you know? i believe it is a 4. let me know if you need more information. AND thanks again for your help!!



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