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Alderman

06-28-2017 06:32:25




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I recently brought home my father in laws super mta. I am installing a 2 cylinder 3 point hitch kit on it and am looking for best way to plumb it up. Any help would be greatly appreciated.




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hayfarmer

06-28-2017 13:38:46




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 Re: Super mta in reply to Alderman, 06-28-2017 06:32:25  
Are the cylinders on the 3 point single or double action cylinders? In other words do they have pressure both ways? Also do you have the remote"christmas tree valve"? I got a double Prince valve for mine because I wanted 2 remote outlets for a swather, lift and swing. I use one of those to lift my 3 point. My culinders are double and I have couplers on the lines so I can plug into my valve or use it for other purposes.

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Alderman

06-29-2017 06:27:52




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 Re: Super mta in reply to hayfarmer, 06-28-2017 13:38:46  
It is a hitch from tonystractors. 2 cylinders and I suspect they have pressure both ways as there is a 1/2" port at the top and bottom of cylinder. Everything on the tractor is stock so I just have the disconnect at the rear of tractor that I use for raising and lowering pull behind brush hog. I want that to remain the same.



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FastFarmall

06-28-2017 09:05:16




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 Re: Super mta in reply to Alderman, 06-28-2017 06:32:25  
I suspect you have just the 1 remote,and still want to keep that intact, so somewhere in the pressure line,your going to have to put in Gresen or Prince single selector valve, the Gresen is a 2,000 lb capacity, so that should work. Then you going to have to put a T in the line that equals out the pressure to each hyd cylinder so they lift together.



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