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    Hi all,
    I own a S650G and recently purchased a national front end loader. I attached the front end loader with little problems or effort. My next issue to resolve is how to hook up the hydraulics.

    The tractor has the original 3 pt hitch control valve, but also has a second that piggybacks it. This control valve sits right on top of the 3 pt one and controls a snow plow. I'm told this is a closed center 2 way valve.

    After studying the hydraulics on the tractor I discovered a bolt on the area where the delivery line goes into the bottom of that control valve. Could this bolt be removes and my supply line tap into there? I am new to hydraulics and still learning all the terminology, but I know I need to tap into the delivery line somehow. I tried making a loop with the snow plow valve but that isn't working well and I need to move that lever in unison with the FEL levers which is not the way it should work. I would like to keep all the existing parts intact as I use the plow in the winter often

    Please if anyone has any advice it would be greatly appreciated!!

    I can post pictures if needed.
    Last edited by jdmainolfi; 06-15-2012 at 07:46 AM.

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    Default Re: S650G & National Front end loader

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmainolfi View Post
    Hi all,
    I own a S650G and recently purchased a national front end loader. I attached the front end loader with little problems or effort. My next issue to resolve is how to hook up the hydraulics.

    The tractor has the original 3 pt hitch control valve, but also has a second that piggybacks it. This control valve sits right on top of the 3 pt one and controls a snow plow. I'm told this is a closed center 2 way valve.

    After studying the hydraulics on the tractor I discovered a bolt on the area where the delivery line goes into the bottom of that control valve. Could this bolt be removes and my supply line tap into there? I am new to hydraulics and still learning all the terminology, but I know I need to tap into the delivery line somehow. I tried making a loop with the snow plow valve but that isn't working well and I need to move that lever in unison with the FEL levers which is not the way it should work. I would like to keep all the existing parts intact as I use the plow in the winter often

    Please if anyone has any advice it would be greatly appreciated!!

    I can post pictures if needed.
    An adapter exists and available from Bill who monitors this site.
    It is a plate that fits under the seat attached to the 2-point body.
    My MT came with this installed.

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