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1135 Hydraulics

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08-15-2011 15:54:53

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I have a 1974 massey 1135, it only has 2 hydraulics on it and i would like to add one for grapple fork on loader. currently I am using an open center 2 spool block plugged into one of the hydraulics to split it to 2. What would be the easiest way to do that, is there a way to plump in an open center block into it or do I need to get a closed center block and tee off the incoming to the original hydraulics ?

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08-15-2011 18:23:46

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 Re: 1135 Hydraulics in reply to kaladiyl, 08-15-2011 15:54:53  
The easiest thing is to use a closed center valve. There is a pressure line that runs up near the right side of the rock shaft. You can put in a T, and find a return to the sump. You can then run your pressure to as many valves as you want. The one I did I used Gresen electric operated valve so I only had to run wires up into the cab for switches. Its been a while and I no longer have the tractor, so I don't quite remember where I hooked every thing up.

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