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Ford Remote Valve

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Dean

08-05-2019 14:47:41




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It's not a Ford valve but rather a TISCO.

Still, Ford valves do not often show up for sale these days.

Not associated in any way.

Dean




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Eman85

08-09-2019 13:31:40




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
https://www.ebay.com/i/401706078533?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=401706078533&targetid=483851290013&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9013417&poi=&campaignid=1497326549&mkgroupid=60666402907&rlsatarget=pla-483851290013&abcId=1139446&merchantid=6333254&gclid=Cj0KCQjws7TqBRDgARIsAAHLHP5QyzkzWonJAIn08qYIOsy4pqgTiwMBUADPuIZf39Zy6WOf2ihmVCMaAlv3EALw_wcB
Just to clarify this is the type of block that is on my 2600 which goes to my loader valve. On top of this block is the factory plate.

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Sean in PA

08-09-2019 11:52:25




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
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The ones that have only two ports are technically called hydraulic adapter plates, as the third port on the ones that have 3 ports is the "Power Beyond" port, and it is not an extra tap on the pressure side, it is an extra port for the return flow.
Power beyond is a setup where you have two control valves connected in series. The first control valve's input port is connected to the pressure port on the PB plate and that first control valve must have its own Power Beyond capability, which includes an input port for the pressure line, a return port that goes directly back to the return port in the PB plate, and a third port that provides pressure to the next control valve downstream. The second control valve only needs to be a regular open center control valve with its return port connected to the the PB port on the PB plate. The PB port on the PB plate is capable of a larger amount of flow than the other return port, as most of the return flow comes through the PB port. The only flow that goes from the first control valve's return port to the other return port in the PB plate is the flow from the non-powered side of cylinders while the other side is receiving power.

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sotxbill

08-09-2019 06:35:29




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
most pb had a "take" and "return" ports that must be returned,, to make the rest of the hydraulics work. One of the pb's has a 3rd port thats a tap in the pressure side but does not stop the rest of the tractor from getting fed... but its been a while since I have seen that one. this port can be used as needed for powering a log splitter that has its own controls as long as you tap the "fill plug" on the back of the rearend, for a return.

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Sean in PA

08-08-2019 19:19:37




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
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Yes, that would be a good application for a remote valve used with re PB plate to power the log splitter without having to disconnect the loader.



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Eman85

08-08-2019 17:09:19




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
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The PB aluminum block is used to power my loader which has a valve. When the loader is removed I loop the 2 lines together. It would be a lot nicer and cleaner if I could stack a valve for rear remotes for my log splitter.



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sotxbill

08-08-2019 16:20:04




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
And they start to get pretty tall and may interfere with the seat or cab floor..., but yes..



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Sean in PA

08-08-2019 09:13:39




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
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Yes, but you would need an external control valve for the remotes powered by the ports on the PB plate.



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Eman85

08-07-2019 08:51:46




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
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Can you stack one of these valve on top of an aluminum power beyond block and have 2 remotes?



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sotxbill

08-06-2019 06:23:03




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
Thats the going price for them.. and all of the extras make it even a bit better. If you need one,, then yes!!



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Destroked 450

08-05-2019 21:33:51




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
Not a bad deal for the valve with lines and couplers but I've got enough singles.

Been switching some of the tractors over to dual remote valves.



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Sean in PA

08-05-2019 18:58:05




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
I don't know what brand it is, but you can buy a brand new single remote valve kit here on Yesterday's Tractors, complete with hoses, connectors, brackets, etc. for $286.97.

https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/Ford-801_Remote-Control-Kit_S68981.html



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JTWAT

08-05-2019 18:13:17




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
You never know how much wear there is in the valve until you get it and install. You can get aftermarket kits with everything new for under $300. Just check Ebay.



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JTWAT

08-05-2019 18:16:40




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to JTWAT, 08-05-2019 18:13:17  
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-Hydraulic-Remote-Valve-3-cylinder-Ford-2000-3000-4000-4030-4130-Tractor/153062249889?hash=item23a33895a1:g:8fEAAOSwfshbIu~G



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Chilidawg

08-05-2019 15:15:46




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Dean, 08-05-2019 14:47:41  
Do you think that's a fair price for the valve? I've never bought one so I don't know.



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Dean

08-05-2019 15:51:11




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Chilidawg, 08-05-2019 15:15:46  
Yes, I do.

I've owned two similar dual spool TISCO valves. Sold one with my 55 860 for plus $550. Sold the other NOS valve with kit (EVERYTHING) for $750.

Dean



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Ultradog MN

08-05-2019 15:31:03




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 Re: Ford Remote Valve in reply to Chilidawg, 08-05-2019 15:15:46  
I think it's a bit high but not too far out of line with the hoses, connectors and mounting plate included.
I have the same tisco style but mine is a dual. Had it for nearly 14? years.
Works good, no problems.



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