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    Top N Tilt for 2038R

    Who makes a good TNT for the 2038R? Are they hard to put on?
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    Super easy to install if you have two rear hydraulic ports.
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    I will have the two factory rear remotes and a power beyond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    I will have the two factory rear remotes and a power beyond.
    You're pretty much plug and play..
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    Thanks guys. Top & tilt cylinders for the 2038R.
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    I should have my top cylinder installed on the 2038R next week. Brian at fit rite makes a beautiful cylinder, if it works as good as it looks it should be perfect. I really like the way the restrictors are threaded into the 90° fitting, keep things neat and takes up no extra space.

    I will post some photos once I get it on. As far as ease that you asked about, pull the two pins and plug-in the hoses.
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    Thanks, guys. This is what I will be going with. Looks really good. MntViewRanch, do you need any specifics from me about the tractor to order? Guys, sorry, but I have a dumb question. When you add anything to your hydraulics, including hoses, I'm assuming I will need to add more hydraulic fluid, right? What type will my tractor use? I'm trying to have everything I need ready for its arrival here at home.
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    2017 2038R 220R loader
    Frontier 72” rear blade
    Frontier 60” box blade
    Frontier 65” tiller
    Frontier subsoiler
    Frontier 60” landplane
    Frontier 42” pallet forks
    Frontier 72” RC 2072
    HH toothbar KBOH’s bucket hooks
    2019 X758 60HC deck
    Model 80 trailer

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    It will use some hydraulic fluid, and always having some on hand is a necessity. Your tractor uses Hygaurd fluid. Your dealer will have it in quarts, gallons, and 5 gallon pails. I highly recommend you have at least a gallon to get you by. You never know when you need it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Thanks, guys. This is what I will be going with. Looks really good. MntViewRanch, do you need any specifics from me about the tractor to order? Guys, sorry, but I have a dumb question. When you add anything to your hydraulics, including hoses, I'm assuming I will need to add more hydraulic fluid, right? What type will my tractor use? I'm trying to have everything I need ready for its arrival here at home.
    When you say specifics, I need the make and model. I typically have the actual measurements required to build the units for most newer makes and models up to the 100HP frame sizes.

    As far as adding oil, while yes the level will go down, if it was full to start with (before adding the additional items requiring hydraulic fluid) you would find that you could barley notice the level drop. As in 99.9% of the time you would be fine to operate the tractor without adding any fluid.

    There should be markings on the dip stick that show a safe range for the oil level to be at and as long as you are within that safe range during all operating ranges you should be fine.
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