Older Deere electronic de-stroker question

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MMagis

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Was hoping someone might be familiar with the electronic de-stroking kit for older Deere tractors. In the process of changing out hydraulic pump and ran into a quick question. Question being, looking at the diagrams on Deere's site, it appears that if I remove the de-stroking kit, I can just plug the ports it hooks into. Is that correct? The electronic de-stroker wasn't working, and one of the ports (drain) in the new pump doesn't match the previous. Could probably use an adapter, but would rather just get rid of it. Thanks.
Edit: I wanted to clarify, the port that doesn’t match is in the “cover”, not the pump itself. According to the diagram, both of these ports are plugged without the de-stroker being present. Assuming I’m interpreting the diagram correctly.
 
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Yes you should be able to just plug port that electric destroking valve was in.
 
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Thank you. I thought that was correct, just wanted to check with someone more knowledgeable than me.
 
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