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  1. #21
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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    There was a post on another website about the lockout valve rubbing on a hydraulic line to either the hydraulic motors on the full time 4 wheel drive tractors or the power steering lines. I don't remember which line it was but the poster said the lockout valve eventually rubbed a hole in the line. He recommends that we all check and install something to isolate the valve from the hose. I am going to check my X748 today.

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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    Thanks guy's I'll leave the tape in the tool box.
    2011 JD X720SE
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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    A small scrap of the black foam pipe insulation should solve the chafing issue and is dirt cheap. Any plumber you see should be able to give you a 6" length of it for nothing.

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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    I just got a used 2006 x700. Does this valve need to be installed to run a snow blade? I just bought the couplers from the dealer to install.

    any input/advice would be apprecitated.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    Quote Originally Posted by tooldad8712 View Post
    I just got a used 2006 x700. Does this valve need to be installed to run a snow blade? I just bought the couplers from the dealer to install.

    any input/advice would be apprecitated.

    Thanks!
    Yes you do. Otherwise the blade will not stay in position and will respond very slowly.

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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    I bought mine from aux-hyd.com. Quarter Turn Not 6 Turns.

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    Platinum Member chevy's Avatar
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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    Quote Originally Posted by tooldad8712 View Post
    I just got a used 2006 x700. Does this valve need to be installed to run a snow blade? I just bought the couplers from the dealer to install.

    any input/advice would be apprecitated.

    Thanks!

    I had a 455 & X475. I did not install the lockout valve on either one. I just locked the mower lift arms up. Everything worked fine without it.
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    Default Re: X700 Series Hydraulic Lock Out Valve AM134625 Installation

    Quote Originally Posted by willimakit View Post
    I bought mine from aux-hyd.com. Quarter Turn Not 6 Turns.
    Any problems with the fit, finish, or function? I would much rather the 1/4 turn over the 6 turns, not to mention the $50 in savings. Thanks for the info.
    2010 Kubota B26 TLB w/hyd thumb. 2004 John Deere X595 w/62" MMM.

    Carl Bertuzzi

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