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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Where does this fitting (cast iron) go to?-yanmar-jpg

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    The cast iron fitting is a low pressure fitting and goes to tank.
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    The cast iron fitting is a low pressure fitting and goes to tank.
    Like the set up. Thanks for the clarifications.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    I also bought my tractor from LCI near Canton. I have the same valve but the cast iron 90 goes to the pipe to the 3 point (one that was cut) and the top outlet is plugged.
    Can I use this top outlet for remotes?

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    If you have that same valve, then you should install the PB screw and use that port for the remotes.

    After installing the remotes, add PB screw in the remote valve and run the PB out line to the 3pt.

    If you have installed everything correctly, you should have 7 hoses from the valve and one input port with a plug installed.
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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Mine also came from LCI. JJ is telling it correctly. He was my main source in getting it plumbed correctly.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Thanks for the info.I knew this was the place for answers.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    If you have that same valve, then you should install the PB screw and use that port for the remotes.

    After installing the remotes, add PB screw in the remote valve and run the PB out line to the 3pt.

    If you have installed everything correctly, you should have 7 hoses from the valve and one input port with a plug installed.
    Question: by you stating "run the PB out line to the 3pt." ,do you mean out to the area of the 3 point or do you mean it connects somewhere to the three point.
    I'm weak on hydraulics and I respect your direction.

    One last question: is the PB screw something I can buy or do i need to fabricate something like the original poster did.
    I think I will send you some pictures of my situation.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    If you have that same valve, then you should install the PB screw and use that port for the remotes.

    After installing the remotes, add PB screw in the remote valve and run the PB out line to the 3pt.

    If you have installed everything correctly, you should have 7 hoses from the valve and one input port with a plug installed.
    Question: by you stating "run the PB out line to the 3pt." ,do you mean out to the area of the 3 point or do you mean it connects somewhere to the three point.
    I'm weak on hydraulics and I respect your direction.

    One last question: is the PB screw something I can buy or do i need to fabricate something like the original poster did.
    I'll take some pictures and post.

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    Default Re: YM2002D Power beyond

    Not JJ but look at post #10, follow the line coming off the top of the valve and you can see where it attaches to the original cut tubing line that goes back to the 3 point control valve. The other end of the original cut tubing line is the pump discharge and goes into the lowest opening on the loader control valve.

    I doubt you are going to be able to access a new PB plug. I think those loaders were pretty much made for LCI Equipment and they went under.

    Just went out and made another plug. If your valve is like mine and you determine to go power beyond pm me with your address and I will mail it to you complete with o-ring. Looking forward to seeing your pictures.
    Last edited by winston1; 04-02-2013 at 02:16 PM.

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