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  1. #41

    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    Duwem, thanks for the tip. Called Valley this morning and YES, they do have a local machinist who is manufacturing them on request. It should be here within a couple/three weeks.
    Vvm

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    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    What do they charge?

    There is also an option to tap into the area right below the knob that controls how fast the 3pt goes down. If I recall from the manual, if you have the 3pt lever in the down position (maybe it was up??) you get flow out of there, and would just return it to the tank like via the fill plug area near the gearshift. You would loose 3pt functionality though with that setup.
    Mitsubishi/ Satoh S-373D

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  3. #43

    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    What do they charge?
    Valley Power charges $175 for the adapter plate. It has one inlet and one outlet port. For this application, I'll need the use of my three point arms for a landscape rake, so the other option you mention wouldn't apply. My dozer blade has one cylinder for up/down and two cylinders for right/left angle. Control valves will be mounted on a pedestal adjacent to the throttle lever, same location as for a FEL.
    Vvm.

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    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    Quote Originally Posted by Freakingstang View Post
    This is the one I was sent. They assured me numerous times that it would work but the bolt hole pattern is about twice the diameter. Any idea what tractor this one fits?

    I recognize that one as being what fits a MT180D (and 160D)

  5. #45

    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    I did this I think 4 years ago and had no problems.

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    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    Things that might be useful or at least interesting.

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    Default Re: need help finding a HYD tap adapter for a Satoh Beaver

    Here is the adaptor I'm assuming is factory on my MT372.
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    John Deere 70, 140, 332, 345, and 420 Garden Tractors and attachments, Struck MD45 Dozer

    2002 Silverado, 1950 3100 Pickup, 2002 VW Golf TDI

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