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    Hydraulic loader Question

    Hi,

    I知 new to the forum but have been reading it for while and thought it was about the time I joined up.

    I have a John Deere 6506 that we recently fitted a used loader too. The loader is presently piped into the spool valve which requires the spool lever to be locked in place for use which is something I知 not to keen on. It works fine but I always have to disengage it when not in use.

    i want to fit a load sensing valve to the JD but I知 not sure if the valve bank on the loader has a port for a load sensing line. I知 not even sure of the make of the valve. Could anyone help with whether this is possible or not with this type of valve? The loader is a ruby loader which I don稚 think are very common and don稚 seem to be made any more.

    Any help is much appreciated

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zhm1ytxcip...6353.HEIC?dl=0

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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Welcome to BFF.

    JD's are not really my cup of tea at all, but after zooming in on your photos to read the writing in the casting and a narrow search on google I can tell you this much-

    The make is Walvoil and SDM 143 brings me to this page on the Kramp site-

    https://www.kramp.com/shop-de/en/103...+control+Valve

    Now it may not be exactly the same as yours but it points the way a bit. I think I can see two control cables in the bottom of your picture? if so them this one in the link is close maybe?


    Moving back one step on the link to this page shows you options, some research may be needed, but hopefully someone who is more into JD's will come up with an answer?


    https://www.kramp.com/shop-de/en/1036962/Front+loader
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Hello Peterb2642.
    You'll probably need to fit an extra slice on the side of the spool valves. I can't add photos to illustrate, I'm sorry. I'll pm you my email. If you want, I can send some through via that method.
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Sorry, can't even pm you
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Quote Originally Posted by wr. View Post
    Sorry, can't even pm you
    New member- limited rights for a while.

    Post them or the links to me & I'll put them up for you both?

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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Footsfitter View Post
    New member- limited rights for a while.

    Post them or the links to me & I'll put them up for you both?

    ff
    I used to use photobucket and imageshack but can't get into them anymore to be able to post on here. Is there another way?
    I've just got a couple of photos of the set up the op needs.
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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Try this for uploading images : https://imgbb.com/upload

    If you just want a URL to load your image onto this Forum then the above site will give you that as soon as it's finished loading it but if you want to save it then you need to register and create an account.

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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question

    Quote Originally Posted by wr. View Post
    I used to use photobucket and imageshack but can't get into them anymore to be able to post on here. Is there another way?
    I've just got a couple of photos of the set up the op needs.


    Try this- click "Reply to Thread" and then follow the 2 actions added on this image below


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    Re: Hydraulic loader Question



    You'll need this extra slice on the end for a direct feed to your loader valve chest.
    Thank you FF for your help (hope it works)
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