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Keith Williams

03-20-2012 19:03:46

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FarmsJake et all,
Farmsjake asked about how to attach hydraulic remotes on an 800 style tractor.
I have attached 2 pics of my 1964 4000's remote valve and where the remotes are attached.
Only problem I have is very minor. It is hard to get to the clip pin holder.

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Keith Williams

03-21-2012 11:11:05

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Keith Williams, 03-20-2012 19:03:46  
This is a valve that I bought from TSC back in the early 1980's. AICO on it I think. I believe Soundguy had one in a bucket of parts a while back.
Set up 1 spool single action towards front, the other spool is set up dual out the back. I used the dual for a wheel disk or a haybine.
The single action spool I used for a one arm loader. It can be converted to dual action.
There are no detents on that valve. Other than that it works great.
I even used it to run a Hydraulic auger on a gravity box to unload soybeans.

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03-21-2012 07:09:42

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Keith Williams, 03-20-2012 19:03:46  
I bought an adapter that fits right where this controller is located. It has an in and out 1/2" pipe females. I plumbed it over to a single valve mounted over the axle on the left side.....could have had a dual, but don't need it. It's 2 way and I have 2 remote connections.

Problem I had on a MF was that with the levers right where they are, they are in the way of mounting and dismounting the tractor and I didn't like that.....course it was a MF 35 Deluxe and it didn't have as much room as the Ford to get your foot through to the other side.

2 levers means 2 valves, so with the setup I see they are single acting.....2 valves and 2 remote connections, not 4 as you would have with a double acting controller. That means you have power to lift something, but gravity is how it finds it's way down. I want power in both directions.

Oh and I bought the adapter at my local NH dealer for $75. I use the Cross valve I got from TSC.

My 2c,

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03-21-2012 08:03:49

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Texasmark1, 03-21-2012 07:09:42  
Most likely there are two non visible ports on the far side for the other spool. Most such valves are convertable SA/DA.

All three of my dual spool (dual remote) valves (one Ford, two TISCO) are. I usually configure one for SA and the other for DA.


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03-22-2012 07:14:28

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Dean, 03-21-2012 08:03:49  
Okaye. It finally dawned on me, after reading your reply and coming back to it later, that he is only using one side, i.e. only one valve so what I said was not what he has and he IS getting 2 way performance.


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03-21-2012 06:48:26

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Keith Williams, 03-20-2012 19:03:46  
Interesting set up. I assume that that one spool is set up for SA while the other is DA?

I have not seen that valve. Who is the manufacturer?


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Lynn Patrick

03-21-2012 06:38:01

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Keith Williams, 03-20-2012 19:03:46  
WOW!! I want a setup like that!! Just a few questions because I am completely ignorant on this. I see 2 levers. Is one for each hose, or will a double action cylinder work with this setup? And where can I get a valve like that???



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03-21-2012 12:34:55

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 Re: hydraulic remote pics in reply to Lynn Patrick, 03-21-2012 06:38:01  
Both single and dual spool remote valves for vintage Ford tractors can be cound occasionally on ebay and other used tractor parts sites but they are not cheap.

TISCO still offers new single and dual remote valves as well as complete kits. The complete kits include everything including brackets, hoses, couplers, bolts, etc. I have one such kit on my 55 860 and another still in the box for future use.

The catalog price for a TISCO dual spool complete kit is now over $1,000.


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