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    I want to put a front end loader on my beaver there are no external hydraulic ports. I need to know where to go about finding what type of selector valve or manifold i need any held would be great

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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    Do you have hyd 3pt, or any hydraulics?

    If you have an S370, you have about 3.84 GPM, at 1920 psi

    http://www.tractordata.com/farm-trac...atoh-s370.html
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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    I do have 3 pt hyd.

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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    Can you see a hyd pump driven by the engine or hyd lines going from front to the back?
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    Trere is a pump on the motor with lines going to my rear pto

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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    Then all you have to do is to tap into the pressure line, install a loader valve and you will be set.
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    When i tap into the high side do i need a valve to sto flow to the rear pto so i dont lose power to the front? As you can probably tell im pretty clueless when it come to hydraulics. I appreciate all the help

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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    Yes, the FEL valve will be in series with the pump and the 3pt.

    I would recommend a loader valve like this.

    https://www.surpluscenter.com/item.a...name=hydraulic

    https://www.surpluscenter.com/Instruct/I9-7401.pdf
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    Ok thank you very much

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    Default Re: satoh beaver front end loader

    If he uses that loader valve would he be able to add rear remotes later down the line?

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