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    Has anyone built the top and tilt kit from scratch, and or the third function kit for the loader, if so anyone out there have a list of the parts used. and any web pages used to get the parts. I was hoping that it would be the third function kit with the solenoid operated control valve with the two button controller that slips over the bucket controller rod.

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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    I am sure some people have built TnT also Third function and they will chime in soon. Me I am to lazy bought mine had the dealer put the TnT on and the factory did the Third function set up.

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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    There is not much to it than these parts.

    Surplus Center - 12 VDC 10 GPM OC DA SOLENOID VALVE

    Surplus Center - 1 STATION DO3 SUBPLATE OPEN CENTER

    Surplus Center

    Some short hoses and a handle switch of your choice.

    Here is the selector/diverter valve for the grapple circuit

    http://www.surpluscenter.com/item.as...name=hydraulic
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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    So I have been looking for a good handle switch, any on have any recommendation on witch one to get and what web page to get it from?

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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    Quote Originally Posted by ice12585 View Post
    So I have been looking for a good handle switch, any on have any recommendation on witch one to get and what web page to get it from?
    I sell these and my customers as well as myself seem to like them.

    $151 for a single control for a diverter or $176 for the true 3rd function valve control mailed to you. There is a lot of other stuff out there though, just have to decide on what you want.
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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    So I like that grip it seems to be a popular one that most people are using. So does it come with the wiring for the price that you posted? And is there a specific hydraulic valve that should be used with it? I was looking at getting the 12 VDC 10 GPM CC DA SOLENOID VALVE from Surplus Center

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    People on here have built their own tnt before but they usually have as much in doing it as what one could be purchased for. I would check with Brian/ Fit Rite Hydraulics and see what a tnt would cost.
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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    Quote Originally Posted by ice12585 View Post
    So I like that grip it seems to be a popular one that most people are using. So does it come with the wiring for the price that you posted? And is there a specific hydraulic valve that should be used with it? I was looking at getting the 12 VDC 10 GPM CC DA SOLENOID VALVE from Surplus Center
    Comes with 10" of wire and the bushing that adapts it to your loader control lever. It will work with the valve that you are looking at or you could purchase a valve from me and get the Hirschmann connectors and subplate all as one order. Might even cost the same buy the time you pay for shipping. Complete valve assembly would be $193 shipped to your door.
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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    So I have been doing a lot more research for the top and tilt kit, and also for the third function on the front of the tractor, because I want to use with for clean up.
    First thing is there anyone that has added solenoid control valves for their top and tilt kit??? It seems to me that it would make the cock pit area a lot cleaner. With all of the controllers that are available from Scorpion technologies, it seems to me that you could put the top and tilt controls on the front bucket controller handle also. has anyone done this??? Any pics and or advise would be greatly appreciated!!!
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    Default Re: top and tilt, third funton

    Quote Originally Posted by ice12585 View Post
    So I have been doing a lot more research for the top and tilt kit, and also for the third function on the front of the tractor, because I want to use with for clean up.
    First thing is there anyone that has added solenoid control valves for their top and tilt kit??? It seems to me that it would make the cock pit area a lot cleaner. With all of the controllers that are available from Scorpion technologies, it seems to me that you could put the top and tilt controls on the front bucket controller handle also. has anyone done this??? Any pics and or advise would be greatly appreciated!!!
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    I did it for a guy in Texas. In fact he went with a 3 remote setup. Had a knob done for him with 3 button switches instead of the grip so that it still looked stock. If you use the grip,(which is what I would do) I suggest bending the loader control lever up to get the grip vertical, otherwise the buttons will not be easiely used in my opinion.
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