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    Diverter Valve Kits

    As mentioned in a couple of other threads, the Hydraulic Diverter Valve Kits are now available on the Artillian website. The most popular loaders are currently supported but more will be added as they become available.

    For tractors with an auxiliary power socket (cigarette lighter plug to some of us), some Diverter Kits are available pre-wired with a power plug for those who don't want to deal with wiring any more than necessary. The same kits are available with bare wire leads for those who have their own preferences on supplying the 12VDC power (4 amps). For the tractors without an aux power socket this is the only option for the time being.

    These Diverter Valve Kits have been developed for the Artillian Grapple and Plow Adapter projects, but are equally useful for anything requiring a momentary third hydraulic circuit on the loader.

    Check them out at Artillian 54 Plow Products

    And for anyone interested in using these valves for other hydraulics applications, please look up Ken at Ken's Bolt on Grab Hooks, the go-to guy for all things hydraulic.
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    Would love to see a few more pictures.
    The switch. Where diverted mounts and the hoses location (what factory hoses need to be changed). On a one series would be best.

    I would if course be happy to send the pics if you send me a kit for testing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawdust View Post
    Would love to see a few more pictures.
    The switch. Where diverted mounts and the hoses location (what factory hoses need to be changed). On a one series would be best.

    I would if course be happy to send the pics if you send me a kit for testing.
    The switch on the joystick is shown on the website.

    The diverter mounts on the loader mast, as shown on the website.

    Installation involves removing the two loader curl cylinder hoses and replacing them with this diverter system. All hoses and wiring run inside of the hose guard (webbing). The finished installation looks like it was put there by Deere, which was the goal from the beginning.

    Better pictures are certainly coming. Most images right now are prototypical. There hasn't been the chance (or all parts on hand at the same time) to reconfigure and document. But I understand this is important! Sorry for the mystery. Everything involved is getting worked as quickly as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    The switch on the joystick is shown on the website.

    The diverter mounts on the loader mast, as shown on the website.

    Installation involves removing the two loader curl cylinder hoses and replacing them with this diverter system. All hoses and wiring run inside of the hose guard (webbing). The finished installation looks like it was put there by Deere, which was the goal from the beginning.

    Better pictures are certainly coming. Most images right now are prototypical. There hasn't been the chance (or all parts on hand at the same time) to reconfigure and document. But I understand this is important! Sorry for the mystery. Everything involved is getting worked as quickly as possible.

    It's Saturday!
    If I were you I'd be working all the overtime I could Just think of the things you can do with all of the overtime money for working Saturdays and holidays slkpk
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    Quote Originally Posted by slkpk View Post
    If I were you I'd be working all the overtime I could Just think of the things you can do with all of the overtime money for working Saturdays and holidays slkpk
    I think Chris should take off all holidays and weekends. The more stuff he comes out with, the more stuff I want and I don't have a tractor to mount it on yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slkpk View Post
    If I were you I'd be working all the overtime I could Just think of the things you can do with all of the overtime money for working Saturdays and holidays slkpk
    There are much smarter paths to make money, such as the one given up to do this. Money didn't buy me happiness. This does!
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    Not to add to your list of things but a video walk through of the kit may prove to be useful. Just going through and showing each piece of the kit and explaining what it does may go a long way in selling kits and helping people install them.
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    So the option to plug into a 12v outlet, where abouts is this wire long enough to reach? I had some time this evening so tore apart the dash to add an outlet. After I get it tore apart I stopped to think I had read others were located on right side by cup holder. My cup holder(2305) is located on the left side. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4vertical View Post
    So the option to plug into a 12v outlet, where abouts is this wire long enough to reach? I had some time this evening so tore apart the dash to add an outlet. After I get it tore apart I stopped to think I had read others were located on right side by cup holder. My cup holder(2305) is located on the left side. Go figure.

    Thanks for any input
    4V (and others): Chris and I are just getting the kits in stock, so that is why info is less than forthcoming at the moment. A video is a great idea and I am sure it will be done soon.

    Here are some pics that may help in the mean time to answer a few of the many questions. These are of the "valve only" kit I will be selling, Chris's kit is the same but has the hoses and extra's. A few small details may change as we work the bugs out (in fact I just noticed one small detail to change already as I was adding in pictures!).

    Switch Harness:
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    The Red/Black wires are the power feed, so you pretty much have 60" from the base of the joystick to find power (about 4 amps max)

    Y Cable:
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    This connects to the two solenoids on the DValve body. The end that has the dust plug is where you will break the connection to remove the loader.

    Extension Cable:
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    Connects between the switch harness and the Y cable.

    The basic kit:
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    Close up of the DValve body:
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    Close up of the switch:
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