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    Default Remotes

    Can a 3rd function valve be used as a rear remote?

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    Default Re: Remotes

    short answer is yes. Lines need to be long enough to reach. We used rear remotes on a tractor to run the bale grab on the loader for a long time. You would just be going the other way. This is assuming you are looking for remotes and not power beyond.
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    Default Re: Remotes

    I'm actually doing that for a customer right now. Using 3 diverters so he will have 3 rear remote sets when we are done. All controlled with his loader valve.
    Brian
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