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Hydraulic Multiplier Kit, SCV Splitter/Diverter Valve

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Do you have them? do they work? whats your thoughts feelings about them? Fasse or Summit brand?

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Have had Fasse splitter on my 966 for 30 something years. Never had to do anything to it but use it. Have a push pull button on the hyd lever. Just like a two speed in a truck

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2 hours ago, sandhiller said:

Have had Fasse splitter on my 966 for 30 something years. Never had to do anything to it but use it. Have a push pull button on the hyd lever. Just like a two speed in a truck

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Is that mechanical shift or electric. What's ballpark cost?

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Fasse shown above is electrical. Usually power applied to shift and spring return to normal when voltage is dropped. About 400 will get you one from sloan or agri supply online. 

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Not sure what mine is had it about 8 years, it came with a momentary push button that zip ties to leaver. Just push the button with finger and move leaver   Is great for planting.  Hold button lift marker let go of button and planter raises don’t have to pull the leaver but once 😉

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They work good.I mounted splitter valve to front of loader frame to control a bale grapple.Plumbed into bucket circuit not loader arm circuit.Have push button mounted on spool lever that's used to control bucket.(tractor scv's are used for loader functions).With tractor running,spool that controls bucket works like normal,when button is pushed and held spool controls grapple function...release button and the spool goes back to controlling bucket.Works slick.Button thats mounted on spool is wired to relays that control solenoids on splitter valve.

Paul

 

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