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    Default Using an extra loader valve for rear remotes?

    I have a line on an extra joystick loader valve with all the trimmings. I was thinking that I could use this for 2 rear remotes pretty easily. It is going to be a little bulky, but I was thinking I could figure out a way to get it mounted where it wouldn't be too much in the way.

    Am I missing something here, would there be any big pros or cons to using a loader valve for rear remotes? I was thinking it would be nice for a top and tilt setup as you could run it with a single joystick.

    Thanks, Nathan
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    Default Re: Using an extra loader valve for rear remotes?

    No problem at all, just make sure the flow rate (GPM) matches or exceeds your tractors specs.
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    Super Member JerryG's Avatar
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    Default Re: Using an extra loader valve for rear remotes?

    I have used one that way for several years. It works great.

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