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Loader Hydraulics on 901

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Texas Denny

12-18-2004 09:21:50




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I have a 971 with a dearborn loader. It came with a trip bucket. I am doing brackets for mounting two double acting cylinders on the bucket. Before I get too far, I want to get the hydaulics set up. My 971 has a double acting control valve under the seat. This valve is currently being used as a single acting valve for the loader arms. I plan to set up this valve for the double acting cylinders on the bucket. I need another valve for the lift arms. On the front of the valve body is a port described as Auxiliary Cylinder Connection. I believe I can use this as the pressure source for the lift arms. Is this correct? I need to have a return port and I can't find a port for that. Where do I hook the return port from the valve? Am I on the right track here?
Thanks,
Denny

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Joe(TX)

12-22-2004 05:15:56




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 Re: Loader Hydraulics on 901 in reply to Texas Denny, 12-18-2004 09:21:50  
I believe the port you are talking about works in conjuntion with the 3 pt lift. You have to tie up the lift arms and use the 3 pt lever and is only single acting. On my row crop I modified the plate on the lift cover in order to use a seperate power beyond double control valve. I understand that TISCO makes a block to do the same thing. Your remote valve you now have will not fit however.



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Wayne in Iowa

12-18-2004 19:01:09




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 Re: Loader Hydraulics on 901 in reply to Texas Denny, 12-18-2004 09:21:50  
Denny, I have a double spool double acting hyd valve that should mount in front of the seat on your 901, might trade for your single spool. My e-mail is open.whm



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