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Yet another third function outlet. I am in the process of adding this to the LA525. Would have finished it today but I ran put of tube nuts and sleeves....

Two things that are a little different on this one are the one hand push/pull connect under pressure couplers which are mounted on a DPOCV.

Dan

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Looks great man.

How do you like those connectors?

I was thinking about putting a set on my grapple so I don't have to shut the machine down and bleed the pressure off.
 

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Looks great man.

How do you like those connectors?

I was thinking about putting a set on my grapple so I don't have to shut the machine down and bleed the pressure off.
I do like the push pull connection but I have not had them in use yet to evsluate anything else.

Personally I have never bothered to relieve tractor side pressure since it bleeds down almost immediately on its own once you set the implement on the ground

My real intetest is seeing if that DPOCV helps maintaining "grip pressure" on the grapple when its in use.

Dan
 
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What are those couplers that you are using?
 

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Does this mean that soon you can't use this part on your tractor? :ROFLMAO:

Faster 4SRHF Series ISO A ISO 7241 A "High Flow Replacement for 4SRPV Series Reaching End of Life"
 

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Doesn't matter to me. I don't know what I am looking at when it comes to most hydraulic parts. I can follow directions but I don't understand the circuitry of hydraulics on a tractor.
 

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Wow, too bad that website is so sketchy, that's exactly what I'm looking for for my rear remotes.

Dan, does Faster offer a set up like that in a smaller size? Not sure the B2601 needs 1/2".
A digging I will go!
1/2" only. The couplers are Faster, the mountung system is mine :eek:

Dan
 

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Doesn't matter to me. I don't know what I am looking at when it comes to most hydraulic parts. I can follow directions but I don't understand the circuitry of hydraulics on a tractor.
Sadly,......same here!:(
 

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1/2" only. The couplers are Faster, the mountung system is mine :eek:

Dan
Thanks Dan!
The thought that the mount system was your work crossed my mind shortly after I pushed the post reply button.
I've been trying to decide what to do with my 2 open remotes and I like the couplings with the integrated dust covers. But the 2601 certainly does not need a 1/2" coupler.

My 3 spool valve, mounted on the fender, will be permanently plumbed to top and tilt, and mower deck lift, leaving the 2 spool valve as open/available remotes. My 2 spool valve is mounted very close to stock location. Which means mounting QDs right off the valve results in them being buried. I like the idea of them being further back and more accessible as you've got yours. Will probably just go with hoses from the valve to bulkhead mounted QDs. I'm thinking 3/8" couplers should be enough.
 
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Thanks Dan!
The thought that the mount system was your work crossed my mind shortly after I pushed the post reply button.
I've been trying to decide what to do with my 2 open remotes and I like the couplings with the integrated dust covers. But the 2601 certainly does not need a 1/2" coupler.

My 3 spool valve, mounted on the fender, will be permanently plumbed to top and tilt, and mower deck lift, leaving the 2 spool valve as open/available remotes. My 2 spool valve is mounted very close to stock location. Which means mounting QDs right off the valve results in them being buried. I like the idea of them being further back and more accessible as you've got yours. Will probably just go with hoses from the valve to bulkhead mounted QDs. I'm thinking 3/8" couplers should be enough.
You dont need 1/2" couplers but thats pretty much "standard" AG size and wont hurt anything. Use them with 3/8 hose. My grapple came with 1/4" hose and 1/2" flat face couplers.

Dan