4066R IV and V SCV's Continuous Flow Rates
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    4066R IV and V SCV's Continuous Flow Rates

    I just bought a used 4066R that has the 4th and 5th SCV's installed. It is my understanding that you can run a continuous flow with the flip of a switch. I want to run two implements off these SCV's(not at once). I have a small backhoe and a log splitter that ran fine on my Mahindra 1026 which advertises a 4.5 GPH max implement flow rate. My local JD dealer told me that these SCVs would not handle these loads and would cause the fluid to overheat. He wants me to add a $1200 Power Beyond Valve. I am tempted to try these implements on the existing SCV's before adding the Power Beyond. Does anyone know the maximum flow rate of the IV and V that are already installed. Thanks in advance!!

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    Implement flow rate is 10.2 gpm if the additional ports can't handle the rated flow... I'd run them and judge for yourself

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    If you're handy, you can add your own power beyond circuit for a couple hundred bucks or less. Just need to add the quick connects, a bracket, and change up some hoses.
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