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  1. On 6/17/2023 at 8:47 AM, HydroTek said:

    A push-pull diverter and flow control valve would be the simplest setup to use

    you could sub in a 2 spool valve if there is a need for an extra remote -- but one spool would be dedicated to the flow control

    I modded a push-pull diverter and flow control under the cab then ran the control rods thru the floor, near the RH console -- one for the diverter and another for the flow control

    There is no priority valve on the '86 series with open center -- and connecting the planter fans like this will cause some variation when lifting the planter . The full flow still goes to the lifting operation, and since the return from the valve stack is supplying the fans you would notice some pressure fluctuations -- as long as you do not hit relief when the planter lifts, the fans will still operate -- other wise flow at the valve stack power beyond port stops, while the main relief is open

    https://www.northerntool.com/products/hydroworks-side-ported-flow-control-valve-sae-12-ports-30-gpm-model-fc163n11-69826?

    https://www.northerntool.com/products/buyers-products-nptf-2-pos-selector-valve-gpm-10-working-port-1-2-in-max-psi-3000-model-hsv050-4901703

    So with this setup where would be a good place to install a temp sending unit for the hyd fluid and what temp would be too high? Would it help to run more fluid? I already run 5 gal over. So much of my peanut equipment has hyd motors it would be neat if I could use these tractors more. Even thought about a cooler added somewhere

  2. 6 hours ago, HydroTek said:

    A push-pull diverter and flow control valve would be the simplest setup to use

    you could sub in a 2 spool valve if there is a need for an extra remote -- but one spool would be dedicated to the flow control

    I modded a push-pull diverter and flow control under the cab then ran the control rods thru the floor, near the RH console -- one for the diverter and another for the flow control

    There is no priority valve on the '86 series with open center -- and connecting the planter fans like this will cause some variation when lifting the planter . The full flow still goes to the lifting operation, and since the return from the valve stack is supplying the fans you would notice some pressure fluctuations -- as long as you do not hit relief when the planter lifts, the fans will still operate -- other wise flow at the valve stack power beyond port stops, while the main relief is open

    https://www.northerntool.com/products/hydroworks-side-ported-flow-control-valve-sae-12-ports-30-gpm-model-fc163n11-69826?

    https://www.northerntool.com/products/buyers-products-nptf-2-pos-selector-valve-gpm-10-working-port-1-2-in-max-psi-3000-model-hsv050-4901703

    thanks alot!!! I may try this this winter and may be bothering you alittle if thats ok

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  3. 7 hours ago, HydroTek said:

    Maybe, ...the mod I done ran a spray pump

    15 gallons enough for that planter ? -- just need to watch your temperature

    acccording to the manual the planter fan needs 6-7 gpm so that doesnt leave much for the lift and remotes

  4. 16 hours ago, acem said:

    Loading rice, spraying soybeans, flooding rice. I'm going in too many different directions all at once.

    Here's a pic of my wife spraying soybeans while I ate lunch. I took the pic too far away and zoomed in but it didn't work quite right.

     

    PXL_20230615_184933539~2.jpg

    the hills are neat in the background of that flat land

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  5. 19 hours ago, HydroTek said:

    Then the return oil from the factory valve stack is "unfiltered" also -- LoL

    Do the mod and don't over think it.

    I have done this mod many times for customers -- Also have a couple out there with variable flow to run a hydraulic motor from that same port -- and the controls are inside the cab -- pretty slick setup

    could you run a 8 row air planter with this setup without heating the oil too much?

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