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Charles Lapp

03-14-2019 20:45:25

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I was able to purchase a really cool small articulating loader this last year. The history shows it was built by Primemover, John Deere and LULL at different times. Mine has LULL decals. It is the handiest loader you can imagine. When I was running a skid steer, it beat me about to death, this machine is very easy to run.
It was built with parts from several different sources and the parts seem to be easy to get when I can figure out the manufacturer. The main hydraulic valve for the loader is designed as a stack valve so we can add sections for running extra cylinders or front implements. FINALLY to my question.... does anyone know the brand of the main loader valve? I want to add a couple of sections.

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J. Schwiebert

03-17-2019 17:19:22

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 Re: LULL / PRIMEMOVER LD50 in reply to Charles Lapp, 03-14-2019 20:45:25  
You have casting numbers?

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Charles Lapp

03-17-2019 18:02:34

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 Re: LULL / PRIMEMOVER LD50 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 03-17-2019 17:19:22  
Yes, The valve is located under the seat but I was able to clean the ends up to get some good pictures. A local hydraulics shop reviewed them and said he is about 95% sure it is a Gresen valve. He told me they were bought out by someone else but they still use the same parts. He is going to send me a section and see if it will work.
Thanks for your response though.

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