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    Anyone have a set up to test where a valve relief will work.

    So here’s the deal.

    I am adding a second hydraulic circuit to my sons cub so he can use it to angle his snow blade and maybe some other project in the future.

    I picked this valve up on evilpay. It meets the specs that I need. Open center etc.

    I need to get the relief set at around 1000-1100 psi so it won’t damage the hydraulic system on he cub.

    Does anyone have a setup that could make this easy to do?

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