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    Default Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe

    I am going to replace the valve block on my Backhoe. The valves always leaked (when I used it) I set the hoe aside for a while as I had no need for it. Now I do. The Valve assemble is junk due to my neglect. Rusted tight.

    I bought a Chief Series 22 from Bailey International LLC, 6 spool valve, 10 GPM, max pressure 3600. I am not good at reading Chinese but I believe the PTO pump puts out 10 GPM the valve has SAE 10 in/out ports and SAE 8 working ports. Does anyone have experience with this valve? It was $300 cheaper than the prince.

    I figure while I am at it I might as well replace the hoses too (bit dry rotted) to get the JIC fittings as I've seen discussed on the forum. I'm going to take them off and take the whole mess to a local hose place to make the hoses. Any info I should be giving the hydraulic shop guys.

    Any pointers from the pros here on TBN?

    Thanks Ed.

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    Default Re: Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe

    Burke,
    We hope the "other thread" on this will help you out, especially when it comes to changing over the Chinese hoses ends to JIC via your local shop. I have no knowledge of the Chief valve or any other valve for the same job so I have no comment other than I plan to sell my own HW04 valve that works fine, no leaks, and has been stored indoors. Since it is a Chinese valve block, it should connect seamlessly to similar hoses. I always make up my own hoses and have no experience with USA shops putting new ends on China hoses. Hope it all work out well for your.
    Steve Anderson

    Jinma 284LE w/Creeper/Koyker 160 Loader/Markham Toothbar, Frame mounted HWO4X backhoe, 64" John Deere 3 PH Snow blower,3 PH splitter, Bro-Tek thumb, Jinma 8" chipper, Loader mounted Meyer plow

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    Default Re: Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe

    Quote Originally Posted by Burke4721 View Post
    I am going to replace the valve block on my Backhoe. The valves always leaked (when I used it) I set the hoe aside for a while as I had no need for it. Now I do. The Valve assemble is junk due to my neglect. Rusted tight.

    I bought a Chief Series 22 from Bailey International LLC, 6 spool valve, 10 GPM, max pressure 3600. I am not good at reading Chinese but I believe the PTO pump puts out 10 GPM the valve has SAE 10 in/out ports and SAE 8 working ports. Does anyone have experience with this valve? It was $300 cheaper than the prince.

    I figure while I am at it I might as well replace the hoses too (bit dry rotted) to get the JIC fittings as I've seen discussed on the forum. I'm going to take them off and take the whole mess to a local hose place to make the hoses. Any info I should be giving the hydraulic shop guys.

    Any pointers from the pros here on TBN?

    Thanks Ed.
    hi Burke 4721 I have a farmpro BK30 backhoe I'm trying to find parts for the spool valve mostly the unloader valve if you still have your old valve assembly I would like to buy it also how did the chief 22 work ?

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    Default Re: Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe

    hello i'm not sure if im on the right page but i have a farm pro 2420 and i'm wanting to hook up a 3pt hydraulic log splitter but the problem i'm having is there is no rear auxiliary hookup...... now i know my 2420 can use a loader front end but is there any way i can run rear auxiliary inputs to power my log splitter plez and thank you

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    Gold Member Smalljobs's Avatar
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    Default Re: Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe

    It's true this is the wrong page but it's also true you can hook up all the remotes you need to run your splitter. I ran my 3 point splitter for many years. You can do it yourself like I did or else buy a kit here. I think buying this kit for your FarmPro may be the best way. Give Ronald a call at Ranch Hand Supply. He's always helped me out and you cannot go wrong with him.

    I did it myself and can email the hydraulic schematic and parts list. I needed a power beyond for my Koyker 160 loader to make it work.

    Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe-20131229_093720-jpg Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe-20131229_093840-jpg

    The additional remotes come in really handy. I routed two lines up front to angle my snowplow so I could plow snow AND split wood.

    Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe-feb2011-snow-jpg

    Later, I added even more remotes to run a hydraulic cylinder plus a hydraulic motor on my 3PH snow thrower.

    Replacing Backhoe Valve Jinma Frame Mount Backhoe-snow-weapon-jpg

    So, plan ahead if you're going to add remotes. It pays off.
    Last edited by Smalljobs; 10-22-2017 at 07:57 AM. Reason: typo
    Steve Anderson

    Jinma 284LE w/Creeper/Koyker 160 Loader/Markham Toothbar, Frame mounted HWO4X backhoe, 64" John Deere 3 PH Snow blower,3 PH splitter, Bro-Tek thumb, Jinma 8" chipper, Loader mounted Meyer plow

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