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    I have a holding valve for a 400 series tractor. The fittings screw fast to the drive motor and there is a steel line that screws into the holding valve. For that matter I have the drive motor attached to it right now.

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    doing a little more homework on the holding valve,
    found a manual here that says the holding valve will work on my old SN tractor, BUT

    "The L.H. mounting lug for the utility blade undercarriage will have to be cut of the tractor main frame."

    well that kinda sucks cuz I need the utility blade for pushing snow!!

    SO,,,if I find a control valve with holding built in, as SDUNT suggested, I wouldn't have to loose the utility blade?
    I understand the possibility of rubber hoses and can live with that.
    TNX for reading.
    Frybie
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1mn2 View Post

    Oh and Frybie, you need to post some pics of your restorations.
    I promise I will post pics the next good day I have them all out till then this will have to do,,,
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    Frybie gave me permission to post these when I took them but that felt weird so I balked but that burgundy and white, just has to be seen.

    His tractor, his resto work. I just took the pics and not ideally set up at that.

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    I know the seat is wrong, am still looking for the correct one. Dunno if I'll ever find it,,,

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    here a day early!!
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    Well, installing a valve like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/CASE-Ingers...4AAOSwbFFe3-hk Would not require mods, just 2 rubber hoses from the valve to the motor.

    Actually I have this on the shelf, bought it for a project and changed plans.. I can let this go for $250. I think I have fittings for the motor ports that I can include for that price..




    Quote Originally Posted by Frybie View Post
    doing a little more homework on the holding valve,
    found a manual here that says the holding valve will work on my old SN tractor, BUT

    "The L.H. mounting lug for the utility blade undercarriage will have to be cut of the tractor main frame."

    well that kinda sucks cuz I need the utility blade for pushing snow!!

    SO,,,if I find a control valve with holding built in, as SDUNT suggested, I wouldn't have to loose the utility blade?
    I understand the possibility of rubber hoses and can live with that.
    TNX for reading.
    Frybie

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    No mods sounds good to me!! Lol I have cash. If your serious send me a PM with address and how you want payment, cash/check I don’t have paypal, but can send funds through Facebook...

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    >That appears to be J26, which is differentiated from an H26 by having both lift and down pressure

    ?? It's a J26 but my H26 has down pressure too? The H26 is a bit beefier, most noticeable is the backing plate which (unfortunately) covers the fluid cap on the rear end.

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    I haven't crawled underneath the PK yet to see just how it's hydraulics are set up but I'm guessing it is safe to assume that putting a modern TCV on it, is going to require a massive redesign of the plumbing.

    Just off the top of my head, since it has the add on hydraulic lift, he'll want to keep that basically as is, with it's own valve and general plumbing.

    The question then, will be how to power the rear lift. Am I right in thinking that the new TCV will have an unused lift circuit? If so, then the issue will be how to run linkage to it, in order to actuate it.

    Just kinda brainstorming, in that he is thinking, rather than a selector valve, to use the already on board lift lever for both, to use a separate lever for the rear, actuating the lift circuit in the new TCV. For that, I'm thinking along the lines of cable, like a boat throttle, or steering cables.

    Till we see what he gets and what is there, I know its early. Just kinda tossing ideas around.

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