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|chadjetlag||under the seat of a ford 1700 is a blocked off port that the owners manual says is an optional hydraulic port. Is this for remotes? what is required to use it? the ford dealer says the valve needed is two thousand dollars which is half of what i paid for the tractor. any help would be appreciated
|Denny||I have the same situation with a log splitter I want to attach. It (the splitter) has the control valve on it. I also want to know where the hyd. lines are attached to the 1700's system. I have a pump that attaches to the PTO that is used for the backhoe. Maybe that is the cheapest way, but would rather add couplers to the tractor. I think that cross over valve used in the remote position would eliminate the use of the rear lift arms. I want to continue using the lifts for loading the larger logs....If possible.
What did you find Chad?