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loader help 1520jd
|Terry Haley||I have purchased a 48 loader for my 1520 and also purchased a Gresen spool valve to hook up loader to the one hydraulic remote on tractor.
How do set remote valve control when using it to power the loader. sorry, I'm a real novice with Hydraulics. thanks for any help.
|Leonard||I highly suggest you find a good Deere dealer and get help to do this. Hydraulics are not for novices. Hydraulics can hurt you! I don't mean to be unkind but you need to get help on this. If you don't have a John Deere dealer around then check with any good Ag dealer for help. Most of these guys are willing to help. I will suggest this;Deere at one time had a kit that would allow you to hook your loader to power beyond hydraulics so you didn't have to tie up your remote hydraulics. It works great and it is safer! But get help! You will be happier with your loader and you won't have to worry if you installed something wrong. Good luck!
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