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I'm trying to hook up the hydraulics on a loader. This isn't on one of my simplicity's but I figured someone familiar with hydraulics on here might be able to help as it likely pertains to any tractor. The loader has a double acting cylinder on the bucket but the loader cylinders are single acting. Someone gave me a new 2 spool control valve they bought but didn't use. It is a 3 position, 4 way valve. I'm not certain on how to hook the circuit up. The new valve has the inlet port on one side and the outlet on the other side. Beside the outlet port there is a steel plug, plugging a port which I figure is the power beyond port as the valve has this feature. Then there are the 4 work ports on top and they are marked A B C D. I'm guessing I would hook the hoses from the dual acting bucket cylinder to the A and B port. I'm not sure about the single acting loader cylinders. As this is a 4 way valve but the loader cylinders are single acting, would I run the hoses from the 2 cylinders to a tee and install them in the C port and then run a return line from the D port back to the tank? Or am I completely off on my assumptions?

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gravey72

Your best bet is to go to mytractorforum.com there is a section that deals with hydraulics. There is a gentleman or 2 that are very knowledgable that will respond early am. You want to get this right or you could blow your pump which is very expensive. I could chime in but I'll leave it to the experts. Be patient

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puttputt

Was back out at the tractor. Hooked the loader cylinder hoses to port A and ran a return hose from port B back to reservoir. Attached the hoses for the bucket cylinder to C and D ports and it works 100%.

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