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adding a control valve to IH 684

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gleanerguy

07-10-2017 08:38:40




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I have a 684 that I use for raking. I want to add a set of outlets, as now I have a wheel rake that requires two sets of outlets. Can I just buy another control valve and bolt it on to the existing valve? I already have a power beyond setup for my loader. I would rather run the other set out of the back rather than running a pair of extended hoses up to the auxillary valve.

Has anyone tried adding another valve?

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caterpillar guy

07-11-2017 02:31:15




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 Re: adding a control valve to IH 684 in reply to gleanerguy, 07-10-2017 08:38:40  
Some of those tractors had 2 different valves so you would have to get the correct valve for the tractor. A junkyard should have all the parts including the steel lines for what you want to do. There are 2 slots in the sheet iron for 2 levers down by your right foot.



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IHTimmy

07-10-2017 10:11:40




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 Re: adding a control valve to IH 684 in reply to gleanerguy, 07-10-2017 08:38:40  
I have used a electric control block with the switch at the back and all you have to do is flip the lever one way to use one side or the other way to use the other side you would plum right into your remote at you would use your regular handle to use it on the rake I've done his years ago and he still uses it



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IHTimmy

07-10-2017 14:30:55




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 Re: adding a control valve to IH 684 in reply to IHTimmy, 07-10-2017 10:11:40  
Summit hydraulics part number HM2 -08 SBC it has everything you want but two hydraulic lines



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gleanerguy

07-10-2017 13:53:55




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 Re: adding a control valve to IH 684 in reply to IHTimmy, 07-10-2017 10:11:40  
Where do you get this electric control block?



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MikeinKy

07-10-2017 19:49:52




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 Re: adding a control valve to IH 684 in reply to gleanerguy, 07-10-2017 13:53:55  
The electric control is sold by Shoup or Sloan Express. I have one for a hay rake on my 2510 JD, and it works really good. It is easier and a little cheaper than adding a valve. When you don't need it, it can be removed in 5 min. Two wires to the battery and the switch has a magnet on it.



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