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    Default Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    Does anyone know what it would take to add hydraulic rear hookups to a 336D?

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    Default Re: Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    Mike, from the Pic it looks like you have a FEL. So, you can go from the output side of it to the rear. That loop could go right back to the original return connection point. There are many other more glamorous ways.

    Now, what do you want to do at the rear? Valve? Just have added connections? If the latter, mount a plate or some other way to handle the added lines and quick connects (some just hang out of the way), then have a loop made up to connect the two quick connects to ensure flow when not used.

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    Default Re: Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    I can see how that will work. How can I hookup a on off valve for the back that is easy to engage (sorta like a pto)

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    Default Re: Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    Mike, I can not picture what you are trying to do with your rear connections.

    You might want to take a look here: https://www.surpluscenter.com/home.asp and search on hydraulic valve. This valve is an on/off valve: https://www.surpluscenter.com/item.a...-7851&catname=

    Good luck.

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    Default Re: Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    Normally on tractors of this size the hyd. system is "open center". If that's the case with your tractor, the hyd. valve mentioned will not work. Hyd. fluid constantly flows through an open center system. Blocking that flow no good.

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    Default Re: Adapt for Hydraulic rear hookups

    Mike, he is correct. Using this valve in line would starve the pump and kill it. Sorry!

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