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    Snow Plow fpr 2025R revised atachment

    As I double checked my attachment. I noted some errors in conversion from the Word document.
    I re-saved the file using another conversion and hope this reads better.
    Sorry for the confusion.
    John Hesslink
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    What? No cab????

    NICE WRITE-UP, John!! And, nice fabrication work!

    I like that you had the forethought to make sure you could take the winch with you. I'm trying to think of a good way to mount my Jeep's winch on the Deere. But, if I had that extra "security" while working in the woods, I'd probably do stupid stuff thinking that I could get myself out of it.
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    John Hesslink, You may find hydraulic lift with the piston tied directly to the blade may not follow fast enough, especially/more so when it's really cold.

    Nice work.

    You may want to look into adding a crossover relief valve.

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    Crossover relief valve - info from Ken’s Bolt on Grab Hooks -

    The Ultimate Crossover Relief Valve

    KBOGH/BoltOnHooks LLC is proud to announce what we believe is the Ultimate Crossover Relief Valve for the avid do-it-yourselfer. The Crossover Relief Valve (CRV) is designed to protect your equipment from damage whenever a circuit is overloaded, like on a snowplow or a backhoe thumb. Installation is very simple, the CRV is simply plumbed inline with the two SA (Single Acting) cylinders on a typical snow plow setup, or the single DA (Dual Acting) cylinder on a thumb device. Machined from 6061 aluminum for weight savings, anodized for maximum corrosion protection, and the use of ORB/SAE ports make this the best value anywhere!

    • Maximum Flow: 8 GPM Max
    • Maximum Pressure: 3500 PSI
    • Relief Pressure: Set to 3000 PSI, adjustable from 1500-3000 PSI
    • Ports: 1/2” (-08) ORB (SAE) x4
    • Mounting Holes: 1/2” x2 @ 3" on center
    • Block Size: 3-1/4”w, x 3-1/4”h, x 1-1/4”d
    • Overall Width: (with valves): 8-3/4"
    • Weight: 2 lbs, 2.5 oz
    • Made in the USA

    Ken's Bolt on Grab Hooks <<Hydraulics>>

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