Hey all! I have a 1026r that I've had since 2012 and have been looking at getting additional attachments for it, as well as possibly making some of my own, in the future (still learning about hydraulics). For the most part, turning the tractor off to (dis)connect a rear attachment, via the Power Beyond kit, isn't an issue, but when you do it frequently enough, I would imagine that's quite hard on the starter and engine. What I'd like to know is if anyone is aware of a valve I could install that would allow me to safely redirect the constant flow of the power beyond and depressurize the part of the line that normally carries the flow to the attachment so I can disconnect said attachment without having to constantly turn the machine on and off? I'm guessing the return line isn't pressurized, so that part might not be as important, but a valve that would allow me to redirect the flow without overheating the system would still be needed. Anyone know if such a valve exists in a size suitable for a 1-series?