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    Auto quick hitch H165/CX300

    Hi ,
    has anybody seen or know of an Auto quick hitch that works for the pins on the front of a CX300 loader ? either hydraulic or electric, just to do the pins when changing front attachments ?
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    I've put some thought into this. I initially though of electric solenoids, most I found wouldn't have the length of pull required. I found that Cummins mechanical injection pump fuel shutoff solenoids would have the length of pull, problem being they are not intended or able to be mounted vertically. So I then thought about using little pneumatic cylinders. Then how would you keep air on board. For me I thought about having a small reserve tank that could be filled using the air pump for the seat, or CO2 cylinders with a regulator. But you all know that when you needed to use it, it would be empty. I've back burner-ed it for the time being, but I want to look more into it this winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkochis82 View Post
    I've put some thought into this. I initially though of electric solenoids, most I found wouldn't have the length of pull required. I found that Cummins mechanical injection pump fuel shutoff solenoids would have the length of pull, problem being they are not intended or able to be mounted vertically.
    I can't see why they couldn't be mounted vertically. It is just an electric solenoid, not something that must be mounted a certain way. I found this pic on google...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    I can't see why they couldn't be mounted vertically. It is just an electric solenoid, not something that must be mounted a certain way. I found this pic on google...

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    John, that I believe is a P-Pump off a cummins 12valve(light duty truck) engine. It doesnt have the length of pull required, need better then 1.500". The ones I had found with the length of pull required were off an industrial cummins engine(I believe). I just looked back through all my paperwork and cant find the solenoids I had spec'd out. Ill see if I can find them again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    I can't see why they couldn't be mounted vertically. It is just an electric solenoid, not something that must be mounted a certain way. I found this pic on google...

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    Just found these, 1.5" stroke, little pricey though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkochis82 View Post
    Just found these, 1.5" stroke, little pricey though
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    And why can't they be mounted vertically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkochis82 View Post
    I've put some thought into this. I initially though of electric solenoids, most I found wouldn't have the length of pull required. I found that Cummins mechanical injection pump fuel shutoff solenoids would have the length of pull, problem being they are not intended or able to be mounted vertically. So I then thought about using little pneumatic cylinders. Then how would you keep air on board. For me I thought about having a small reserve tank that could be filled using the air pump for the seat, or CO2 cylinders with a regulator. But you all know that when you needed to use it, it would be empty. I've back burner-ed it for the time being, but I want to look more into it this winter.

    Just curious but, where would you mount a solenoid? The JDQA bracket itself sits immediately inside of the pin location. If you mount the solenoid on the outside, it would extend beyond the side of the bucket. I'd give that 10 minutes before being knocked off.

    Is the idea to drill through the JDQA bracket and go through it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    And why can't they be mounted vertically?
    This one can, the ones I had found earlier this year were not able to be, I dont know why
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Just curious but, where would you mount a solenoid? The JDQA bracket itself sits immediately inside of the pin location. If you mount the solenoid on the outside, it would extend beyond the side of the bucket. I'd give that 10 minutes before being knocked off.

    Is the idea to drill through the JDQA bracket and go through it?
    My intention was to fab a bracket to mount to the pin storage hole so the solenoid would be directly over the pin for a straight pull. Problem being finding one with a small enough OD to fit in that location
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    2005 JD X495 - 48" Deck with PF-MCS14, Front quick hitch- 47" snowblower & 54" plow and Converted QH Aerator, 45 Loader w/ JDQA

    1965 JD 110 Round Fender, Brass tag snowblower and plow.


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