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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

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    Do you have an idea of where you would want to mount the 2 diverter valves? I don't have any actual kits made up yet, but for sure all the parts to do this.
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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    Do you have an idea of where you would want to mount the 2 diverter valves? I don't have any actual kits made up yet, but for sure all the parts to do this.
    Not entirely sure yet. Most likely in the place where the OEM remotes would be.

    You have yours with the Solenoids on top; I would probably turn mine sideways, so the Solenoids are on the left and use hydraulic hoses from the one remaining remote to feed from the bottom so the sets would be one through three top to bottom, with the mates side by side.

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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by Yupkwondo View Post
    Not entirely sure yet. Most likely in the place where the OEM remotes would be.

    You have yours with the Solenoids on top; I would probably turn mine sideways, so the Solenoids are on the left and use hydraulic hoses from the one remaining remote to feed from the bottom so the sets would be one through three top to bottom, with the mates side by side.
    That is what I was going to do originally, but for me on this tractor I felt that it "fit" better to mount them how I did.

    Did you want a quote for the parts to do this?
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    Default Re: I'm getting a new tractor, what is a good box blade set up I should get? Mahindra

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    That is what I was going to do originally, but for me on this tractor I felt that it "fit" better to mount them how I did.

    Did you want a quote for the parts to do this?
    Please, e-mail to JGross@JandOPlastics.com Thanks.

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