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   / Power beyond? #11  
I don't understand, "can you post the link for your thread".
The question I posed is above in this thread.
I checked out the two links mentioned in post #3 by RNeumann, but neither are of any help in solving my problem of getting a newly installed remote valve to work properly.

I don't know what is your question/issue. You just complained about people not helping you.

Anyway this thread was create for a totally different tractor which actually have an hydraulic circuit slightly different from most tractors. So why mix things up?

As far as I know, looks like you have already created another thread for your problem, right? Can you share the link for this? So we can help you there.
 
   / Power beyond? #12  
I don't know what is your question/issue. You just complained about people not helping you.

Anyway this thread was create for a totally different tractor which actually have an hydraulic circuit slightly different from most tractors. So why mix things up?

As far as I know, looks like you have already created another thread for your problem, right? Can you share the link for this? So we can help you there.

The thread I posted --- 2 YEARS 8 MONTHS AGO --- is titled: "Ford 1920 remote".
3 - responses, in 2 years 8 months, neither of which solved the issue.
It is not my intent to "mix things up", but rather to find a solution to my somewhat similar hydraulic problem.
After all this elapsed time, would it be a good idea instead, for me to start a new/duplicate "Ford 1920 remote" thread?
 
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#13  
The side link are usually more useful with box blades. But it's definitely a good addition.

If the rear remote will handle the flow requirements then I'm good with that option. The hydraulic diagram in my owners manual omits the loader and that junction block under the rear remote control. It also shows a pressure relief valve that I think is in a different location on my tractor and that was why I was not sure how to proceed. Rear remote and a fixed top link it will be then.

Yes that top link makes the box blade a dream. It also makes my newest addition the 1950s Ford flail mower work well too.
 
   / Power beyond? #14  
That is not exactly the same plumbing issue I was talking about. I already plan to implement a third function for the tilt cylinder to compliment my Fit rite hydraulics hydraulic top link.

In your first post you describe the “line” that is “feeding” the rear remotes. Short of someone physically being at your tractor I’m not sure what else TBN can do for you.....that’s the line!
The line “feeding” the rear remotes in the power beyond from the loader control. Put your new valve in between the loader valve and the rear remote valves. This will insure you have the best practical flow possible to run the future BH.
 
 
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