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Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706

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01-12-2021 10:55:01

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[quote="Weldon K"](quoted from post at 12:50:12 07/28/13) Loren, I have 756, 856 and 1456 all with two valves and original steel tubing . I have attached a picture showing routing of tubing from valves to the "blocks". My tractors do not have the steel tubing that runs forward to provide hydraulics for front mounted equipment such as front mounted cultivator. 56 series tractors used steel lines from the rear blocks and routed them under the platform, with couplers mounted under both front corners of the platform . 06 series tractors with front hydraulic couplers had lines that attached to the valves with stacked ( one on top of the other) banjo fittings and routed them under the center of the platform to the steering support pedestal to couplers on both sides of the pedestal.
Hope this helps.
I have more pictures that I can send directly to your e-mail address, (which I believe that I have from corresponding with you at other times), if you want to see more of them .

E-mail if you need to. Weldon K

Please email me the photos. I would like to add a second rear outlet to my 1966 706. I need the 756 version I guess. What all is involved?

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01-13-2021 22:25:46

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 Re: Adding 2nd Hyd Valve to 756/706 in reply to randyevoss@gmail.com, 01-12-2021 10:55:01  
Hello Randy welcome to YT! Weldon K has not posted on this forum since May 2019. Many posters here are older folks and who knows what kind of situation changes have taken place. In the link is a search of all the topics he posted in. Due to this forum being kept on two platforms or viewing styles when you come across an older topic and reply to it sometimes the synchronization between the two gets goofed up. Go to the list and click on the top topic you replied in, then click the ..Classic View.. option. Now when you look at Weldons post you will see a place there in the lower right to reply to him in an email, I would suggest you try that. On your situation I am not sure of your location but I would suggest web searching for a tractor salvage yards. Then call them and find out if they can help you with what you need.

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