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  1. #11

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    ny
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    kubota l35

    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    That was easy!! Here is another.. And for you hydro guys I know the hoses need to have elbos (90's) so they are not so sharp turns.
    bill
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  2. #12
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    NHTC45D, NH LB75B, Ford Jubilee

    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    Your setup looks really nice, Bill. What kind and where did you get your cylinders?

  3. #13

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    Atkinson NH
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    Kubota B2910

    Default Re: top,N,tilt with backhoe?

    bill -

    Do you have a BH for your L35? Seems like there might be
    some clearance issues. I would like to put T&T and a 3PH
    4690 on my B2910 (right after I win the lottery of course...).
    Just wondering if they can coexist. Also...the kubota 3PH
    BH's need a heavy duty toplink and I'm wondering if a
    hydraulic top link cylinder is "tough enough"...

    Real nice looking setup.

    Timd

  4. #14

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    kubota l35

    Default Re: top,N,tilt with backhoe?

    Tim,
    Yes, I have the hoe for my l35. If you look closely you can see the quick connectors on the valve. I must take the 3 pt hitch off to install hoe so I made it as easy to remove as possable. Also the valve has to come off. This is only held on by two nuts. I am not 100% done with this project ......
    bill
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  5. #15

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    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    Jinman,
    The cylinders are new one is a prince the other I'm not shure. The valve is also a prince cost of valve was 199.50
    I got everything from surplus center 1 800 488 3407 .
    Hope this helps
    bill

  6. #16

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    South Weber Utah
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    Kubota B2710

    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    Billtech, I got your private e-mail, thanks. The pictures are great. The setup looks very cleanly installed. Nice job. I need to try to set one up when I get the new tractor.

    K

  7. #17
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    wright city, mo.
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    KUBOTA L3000DT, FEL.

    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    BILLTECH,
    is that control valve a single lever,(joystick)?
    accordionman
    william l. brown

  8. #18
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    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    Thanks for the info. I have lots of uses for small cylinders and the one on your tilt-link looked very interesting. I'll call the number and see what they have. Thanks again.

  9. #19

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    Default Re: top,N,tilt

    Bill,
    Yes! The valve is a joystick! It functions like it should...pull it forward and the toplink pulls in... push it and toplink goes out. push lever to the right it lowers the right side link and pull it to the left and side link retracts. but most inportant I have set the valve to float the side link when in the float position.
    bill

  10. #20
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    Kubota L5740 cab + FEL, Cat D5G dozer, Kubota KX121 excavtor

    Default Re: top,N,tilt with backhoe?

    Tim,

    My TnT project was on a 2910 and I also use a B4690 BH. It all works. I got myself into a bit of trouble with the placement of the control valves and interference with the BH seat, but it's avoidable if you are careful with the valve placement. Also, be sure to use quick disconnects so you can easily remove the top cylinder and stash it when the BH is attached.

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