B1400. What is this?

Carl in France

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B1400, a box and a single blade plough!
Sep 4, 2019
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Hello all,

I had the seat off today and was wondering what this plate with the bulge is and what the orange painted bolt is for.
I am pondering the idea of hydraulic connectors as the tractor has none so am trying to work out what everything is and does and whether i can tap in any where.

In the middle photo it is the plate held on with 4 bolts and has a large blanking bolt at the left...i was hoping i could tap in here! My hydraulic knowledge though is truly pants!

I thank you all.


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billrigsby

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L1500DT Too many implements, or is there such a thing?
Mar 17, 2015
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I think these are the parts you are looking at, this is from a B7200DT, closest US equivalent (I think).....

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This parts manual can be found here.....
B7200DT.pdf

I am also no hydraulic expert, but there are many here.
 

kubotasam

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B2410, B7100dt, B7500,Woods BH750,Landpride 2660RFM, Tiller, B2781 Snowblower
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On a B7100 the painted bolt is the 3 point hitch rate drop speed. The large blanking bolt is a spot to tap hydraulics. However if I remember correctly it only has pressure when you are lifting the 3 point hitch. I assume the B7100 and B7200 are close enough in design that the parts are the same.
EDIT:--Just read the title again-- tractor is not a B7200. Was confused by Bill's reference to B7200. I still think I am correct with the description of the parts. Looks just like my B7100 in that location.
 

billrigsby

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L1500DT Too many implements, or is there such a thing?
Mar 17, 2015
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Florissant CO USA 8213'
EDIT:--Just read the title again-- tractor is not a B7200. Was confused by Bill's reference to B7200. I still think I am correct with the description of the parts. Looks just like my B7100 in that location.


He listed a B1400 in his equipment list, so I was going by this chart to get a close US equivalent...
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TheOldHokie

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On a B7100 the painted bolt is the 3 point hitch rate drop speed. The large blanking bolt is a spot to tap hydraulics. However if I remember correctly it only has pressure when you are lifting the 3 point hitch. I assume the B7100 and B7200 are close enough in design that the parts are the same.
EDIT:--Just read the title again-- tractor is not a B7200. Was confused by Bill's reference to B7200. I still think I am correct with the description of the parts. Looks just like my B7100 in that location.
On the B7200 it only has pressure when the 3pt lever is in the full up and locked position. Basically diverts oil meant for the 3pt cylinder to the auxiliary port so the 3pt cylinder has to be fully extended. I put one on my tractor to power a 3pt log splitter. Works OK for that but for general purpose remotes you are better off plumbing an external control valve to the hydraulic outlet block up front. That will get you multiple sets of real remotes for a few hundred bucks.

Dan
 

Carl in France

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B1400, a box and a single blade plough!
Sep 4, 2019
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Haute Pyrénées
Hi Carl,
I also live in france and have a b1502 and also trying to work out how to get a rear conection point for a tipping trailer
My plan is on hold at the moment but i will crack on when i get time. I intend to cut into the pressureline coming from the engine that runs by your right foot. I will divert the flow to a manifold that i will mount on the right rear fender and then route it back to the same pressure line. In efect the flow will al go through this manifold then whether you are using the 3 point or items plugged into the manifold.
That manifold can then provide connections for your tipping trailer or in my case a hydraulic top link.
As long as you only use one hydraulic action at a time this will work fine.