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Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N

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wsmm

08-11-2019 15:32:32




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I have a Wagner loader on my 2N, would it be possible to tap into it's hydraulic system to control a hydraulic top link for my 3 point? If so how would I do it pictures or drawings of what I need to do would be great if possible. Also would it be worth while to do this to use my back blade for leveing my long dirt drive way? I've built bolt on sides for my rear blade so that I can use it somewhat like a box blade also.
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Bill

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HFJ

08-12-2019 14:19:06




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 Re: Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N in reply to wsmm, 08-11-2019 15:32:32  
"Once you've had a hydraulic top link you will NEVER go back to a screw type."

i believe it. i need to look into what it would take on my WD.



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Ultradog MN

08-12-2019 13:34:27




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 Re: Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N in reply to wsmm, 08-11-2019 15:32:32  
I can't offer much help on how to plumb a remote valve into that system but I will offer this: Once you've had a hydraulic top link you will NEVER go back to a screw type.



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TheOldHokie

08-12-2019 05:22:28




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 Re: Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N in reply to wsmm, 08-11-2019 15:32:32  
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You asked for a drawing so here it is. Real simple to do by adding a new single spool valve ($110) with power beyond option to the upstream side of your loader valve. But frankly those old Wagner valves are pretty archaic and if it were me I would pop for another $100 or so and replace it with a new 3 spool valve and use two of the spools for the loader and the third for the top link.
TOH

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TheOldHokie

08-11-2019 19:47:48




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 Re: Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N in reply to wsmm, 08-11-2019 15:32:32  
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No pressure side tee - you are dealing with open center hydraulics and that would make it impossible to get pressure from either valve. You daisy chain the valves in series. To be technically correct the new valve should be placed upstream of the loader valve and configured for power beyond (high pressure carryover) operation. Or you could replace the loader valve with a new valve that has an additional spool for controlling the top link.

TOH

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Royse

08-11-2019 18:28:59




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 Re: Hydraulic Top Link for 3 Point on a 2N in reply to wsmm, 08-11-2019 15:32:32  
Yes, I believe it would be possible. T the pressure line, run that to

an add-on control valve and use that control valve to run the top

link cylinder. I did something similar to run my power steering.

Is it worth it? Well, I guess that depends on how much you adjust

your top link. Once my driveway was in good shape, all I've had to do
is touch it up. So I rarely mess with the top link adjustment at all.

I use dedicated top links for each implement and leave them set as required.

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