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How do you split one hydraulic outlet on a tractor into two cheaply?


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2014-07-20 01:40:59
2014-07-20 01:40:59

You put a manual selector valve in between you spool valve and your outlet,turn handle to chose ,costs about $60.

Nothing hydraulic is cheap; however, if you buy a double hydraulic control and appropriate hoses, that is the cheapest way to go.

You can get a T-piece and fit it into your existing outlet line. Just be sure you have enough flow for the implement you are using. The only problem is that a t-peice will not allow individual control of either outlet, so you need 2 controls to contol each independently.

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u split the tractor in half by the bell houseing then scim up the flywheel!!

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It a BIG job. I suggest you have a dealership handle it.


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