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 03-14-2004, 16:43 Post: 79891
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Am considering addind a rear remote to my TC33D for a hydraulic toplink. Was wandering if anyone has tried this task on their own. I thought I saw a post some time ago where someone said they bought the parts from NH and did it themselves. Don't have a dealer close and I bought the tractor used. Is this too much for a do-it-yourself project? Anyone know what a dealer will charge to do this? Any thoughts appreciated.






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 03-14-2004, 17:00 Post: 79893
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As You asked for ANY Thoughts Smile I'd go for more than one remote while You're taking the trouble to install it .
You can then have top link control ,as well as tilt control . I only had my tractor plumbed for one valve . But i should have gone for at least 2 remotes . John






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 03-15-2004, 07:37 Post: 79926
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The toplink I understand but not the tilt. Do you use it that much?






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 03-15-2004, 08:43 Post: 79932
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It should be easy enough as a do it yourself project. The JD Fundamentals of Service-Hydraulic manual is a decent introduction to basic principles.

My tractor came with one rear outlet and I wish it had two (but I guess it's not a big enough issue for me to see if I can find another valve section for my British made valve assembly). I'd use the 3ph tilt when cutting side-grades such as road crowns. I have a forklift with carriage tilt that requires two valve-controlled outlets. When I use the forklift I have to steal the loader bucket valve.






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 03-15-2004, 08:58 Post: 79936
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I find the tilt really handy when cutting shallow terraces across hilsides with a rear blade.

Most blades will tilt but the angles are too acute for roads and terraces. They are more set up for ditching operations.






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 03-16-2004, 18:49 Post: 80068
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the hardest part about putting the retome on is taking off the rear tire the whole thing comes in a kit with step by step instuction. it is a 3 on a 1 -10 scale






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 03-17-2004, 09:07 Post: 80139
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I agree. Two hour job on my TC29. Getting the wheel on and off is the hardest part. The dealer listed remotes for ~$400; when they came in they were only about $250.
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 03-17-2004, 09:35 Post: 80144
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When I bought my TC33 2 months ago I had the dealer add a rear remote, they charged me $500. I have not use it yet because I can't afford the hydraulic top link.






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 03-23-2004, 15:46 Post: 80848
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I installed a single remote on my TC33D myself. The dealer told me 4-1/2 hours at $75 an hour. I did it in about 2. The hardest part was jacking up the tractor and removing the tire, and the inner wheel liner (the nuts are hard to get to). Be careful threading the nut on the steel lines--I crossthreaded it! DOH!). Do yourself a favor and remove the bracket the control levers rotate on---mine broke at the mounting plate (luckily I welded it while still on the tractor). Be sure to brease the valve housing where it meets the tractor--rust will deleope overnite if not taken care of right away. Go with two remotes while you are there.






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 03-23-2004, 18:36 Post: 80857
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WOW, 75 an hour? Get real, this is mechanical work not nuke science!! I would think 50-60 would be more in line for a fair labor rate.(Then again I am from the upper central part of this fine country. Also 500 for an extra rear outlet, I guess I got a heck of a deal at $195, I sure am glad I told em to go ahead, and he highly recomended it at that price. (Now I see why)






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