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1020 and 37 loader Update

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hotflashjr

06-22-2020 14:16:05




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So I bought the loader. After looking over the loader valve it is a Gresen SPK valve that has down pressure for the main cylinders. I took off the cap where the closed center plug should be and it is an open center plug. So I learned Gresen is now Parker-Gresen and I think finding the closed center plug is not possible. I think a new valve is in order. I believe the one Briar Hill Britney’s poster would be the correct valve and work fine.

I included a picture of the valve as well as the current set up for the home brew hydraulic outlets. Can I add a T fitting in the current set up to hook up the loader and keep the hydraulic outlets?

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Tx Jim

06-23-2020 03:07:07




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 Re: 1020 and 37 loader Update in reply to hotflashjr, 06-22-2020 14:16:05  
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Yes FEL control valve return line should be teed into line attached to ported filter cover on your tractor.



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buickanddeere

06-22-2020 20:10:14




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 Re: 1020 and 37 loader Update in reply to hotflashjr, 06-22-2020 14:16:05  
Could be lucky and the manufacturer change names but keep making the same valve ?



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hotflashjr

06-22-2020 15:02:02




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 Re: 1020 and 37 loader Update in reply to hotflashjr, 06-22-2020 14:16:05  
Boy those pictures are horrible. They do not look that bad on my phone at all. Return line will go to the filter housing correct? Thanks!



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Tx Jim

06-22-2020 14:33:08




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 Re: 1020 and 37 loader Update in reply to hotflashjr, 06-22-2020 14:16:05  
Yes you can add a tee to each hose connection shown in photo below to attach pressure/return for FEL control valve.



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