I recently purchased a 7.5’ Curtis Plow Blade (with JD Quick Attach Moldboard) and have some questions relating to the hydraulic lines hooked up to the bypass relief valve. I purchased this plow used, and one of the hydraulic fittings hooked up to the pressure relief valve is broken and needs replacement.
When looking online for what replacement parts I need, I noticed that the installation manual shows a different configuration hooked up to the pressure relief valve. Does anyone know why this would be hooked up this way and whether I should continue to use this configuration or go back to the manufacturer’s recommendations? Also, does anyone have the specs for the fittings and thread patterns? I can’t find that info anywhere.
See the two tee fittings above hooked into “C” and “D”. The diagram below shows regular 90° fittings and “A” and “B” should be hooked to the control valves.
Thanks in advance and Merry Xmas!
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