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5610 adding another set of remotes

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draftx

06-12-2016 11:41:06




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I need to add another set of remotes. I want to put on a loader and sometimes run a baler with 4 lines. 2 for hyd tie. Any advice would be appreciated.




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Tx Jim

06-13-2016 03:33:33




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to draftx, 06-12-2016 11:41:06  
I agree with David that CCLS valve for remotes or loader is required if attached directly to tractor hyds.



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David G

06-12-2016 16:23:17




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to draftx, 06-12-2016 11:41:06  
I have a 6610 that I added a loader remote for.

How many do you have know, and how many are you adding?



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draftx

06-12-2016 16:46:06




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to David G, 06-12-2016 16:23:17  
I have a pair, 2 hoses go in them. I want to add another pair. Can the loader be plumbed a different way so I don't have to use the remotes on the back?



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David G

06-12-2016 17:03:20




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to draftx, 06-12-2016 16:46:06  
I plumbed my loader direct, it requires a CCLS control valve and shuttle for the sense line.

It isn't cheap.



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draftx

06-12-2016 18:32:32




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to David G, 06-12-2016 17:03:20  
That is what I would rather do. Any thoughts on what it cost?



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David G

06-13-2016 19:49:38




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 Re: 5610 adding another set of remotes in reply to draftx, 06-12-2016 18:32:32  
I spent about a grand on it, could save money if you can find a surplus valve.

I posted pictures on the Ford forum about a year ago.

Get a 20 GPM closed center load sensing (CCLS) control valve, I got a prince with a joystick kit.
Get a shuttle valve for the sense line.
Tee into the line on top of the transmission for the supply.
Tee into the small sense line on top of the transmission with a shuttle T.

Others know about doing this too.

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