Kabota L2350DT - Adding Loader

mcnuttja01

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I was looking into adding a loader to my old Kabota. It appears to not have a front hydraulic block, just pressure to the PTO and return to the TANK. An OUTPUT from the PTO to what looks like a relief valve then to the Power Steering and a return.

Is there a place/method to tap into the lines or an adapter/block addition that would allow a connection??

Yep, I am new with tractor stuff.......
 

Vlach7

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Before you get too involved, do you have a loader found already? Finding one that will work will be your biggest issue, I had a L305DT and found it best to sell and find a tractor that has a loader. good luck and God bless.
 

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Maybe this diagram from the LB400 parts list will help. Basically, you loop into the line running from the pump to the 3PH valve, using that part 050. The loader valve must have a relief and tank line since you're tying in before the existing relief.


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Maybe this diagram from the LB400 parts list will help. Basically, you loop into the line running from the pump to the 3PH valve, using that part 050. The loader valve must have a relief and tank line since you're tying in before the existing relief.


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Maybe this diagram from the LB400 parts list will help. Basically, you loop into the line running from the pump to the 3PH valve, using that part 050. The loader valve must have a relief and tank line since you're tying in before the existing relief.


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That diagram lead me down that same rabbit hole a few weeks ago with another poster and a L3xx or L2xx tractor & loader.

On those tractors they actually made an outlet block that was sandwiched under to cover of the the PS priority flow divider. That puts it after the relief and the PS takeoff. Probably hard to find but relatively easy to make. The L2750 looks (almost??) identical.

Dan

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PoTreeBoy

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That diagram lead me down that same rabbit hole a few weeks ago with another poster and a L3xx or L2xx tractor & loader.

On those tractors they actually made an outlet block that was sandwiched under to cover of the the PS priority flow divider. That puts it after the relief and the PS takeoff. Probably hard to find but relatively easy to make. The L2750 looks (almost??) identical.

Dan

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I vaguely remember that. It was an L2350.

OP, maybe reading through this thread will help.

 

mcnuttja01

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That diagram lead me down that same rabbit hole a few weeks ago with another poster and a L3xx or L2xx tractor & loader.

On those tractors they actually made an outlet block that was sandwiched under to cover of the the PS priority flow divider. That puts it after the relief and the PS takeoff. Probably hard to find but relatively easy to make. The L2750 looks (almost??) identical.

Dan

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yES, THIS LOOKS LIKE MY l2350.
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That diagram lead me down that same rabbit hole a few weeks ago with another poster and a L3xx or L2xx tractor & loader.

On those tractors they actually made an outlet block that was sandwiched under to cover of the the PS priority flow divider. That puts it after the relief and the PS takeoff. Probably hard to find but relatively easy to make. The L2750 looks (almost??) identical.

Dan

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Yes, this is how my L2350 is laid-out. I did find some info up here about the block, it's part number is L1792. I have searched the Internet and cannot find ANY information about the part or anyone that has one.
 

TheOldHokie

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I vaguely remember that. It was an L2350.

OP, maybe reading through this thread will help.

That's the one. Pictures of that outlet block should be helpful.

Dan
 

fried1765

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Before you get too involved, do you have a loader found already? Finding one that will work will be your biggest issue, I had a L305DT and found it best to sell and find a tractor that has a loader. good luck and God bless.
Excellent advice !!!
 

TheOldHokie

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yES, THIS LOOKS LIKE MY l2350.

Yes, this is how my L2350 is laid-out. I did find some info up here about the block, it's part number is L1792. I have searched the Internet and cannot find ANY information about the part or anyone that has one.
It's a simple manifold and easily made from a chunk of aluminum.

Dan
 

Flintknapper

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I'm pretty sure he was poking fun at the fact you spelled Kubota "Kabota" in your thread title.
Yes.

Lot's of folks mispronounce 'Kubota' as (Kuh-Bow-Tuh) when it is actually (Koo-Bow-Tuh) and thus spell it phonetically (Kabota). See it pretty often, other times its just a typing mistake.

In any case... we all know what OP meant and the good-natured ribbing he received. (y)

Welcome to the Forum @mcnutt, we will help all we can. Great folks here.