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    4066R rear hydraulics

    Looking at ordering a 4066R and was wondering how the 4th&5th service works on the non electric diverted valves with two separate handles. Are they smooth moving/running? I have my electric diverter switch currently on my 3 series and it works off the joy stick. I use the rears for my snowblower chute rotation and deflector.

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    I have the 4th and 5th SCV's and they work just fine using the standard levers on the side console. I use them all the time.

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    Is the center the neutral position and forward/ back movement of the hydraulic function ? Also, if you can answer this, is the electric diverter option additional valves? Or just another way of controlling the rear valves.

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    I can't answer about the electric diverter. The 4th and 5th have a center position that it reverts to unless you push it all the way forward into the float position and that only works on one of them. When you refer to electric diverter, I suspect you are referring to the 3rd SCV and there are several things that can do with that, but I am not that familiar with them.

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    Dave,

    So, when the lever reverts back to neutral, does the position you put the hydraulics in maintain the position or does it bounce back to whatever neutral is? Also, if it stays and you want to further the hydraulic action does it start when you reach the old original position or does it start when you leave neutral?

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    Kevin


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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinl View Post
    Is the center the neutral position and forward/ back movement of the hydraulic function ? Also, if you can answer this, is the electric diverter option additional valves? Or just another way of controlling the rear valves.

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    The electric diverter "diverts" your loader joystick hydraulics to two outlets at the rear of the tractor. (Mine are just below the cab window on the right). When active, this enables your loader joystick to control the hydraulic flow to those outlets; typically to run a hydraulic top link or a tilt cylinder for the 3 point. Currently I have my independent lift for the mower deck on one of the ports, but they can be used for anything hydraulic. I've heard of folks running hoses back to the front of the tractor to operate the chute controls on a snow blower. There is a rocker switch in the side console that powers the valve. You divert both functions of the joystick when the valve active. (Dual valves powered simultaneously). It is all or nothing, you cant just divert one function.

    I'm pretty sure that Deere came out with the diverter to allow cabbed tractors a means to get a 4th and 5th hydraulic outlet at the rear, since the normal 4th and 5th dedicated valves mount to the O.O.S. R.O.P.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinl View Post
    Dave,

    So, when the lever reverts back to neutral, does the position you put the hydraulics in maintain the position or does it bounce back to whatever neutral is? Also, if it stays and you want to further the hydraulic action does it start when you reach the old original position or does it start when you leave neutral?

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    Kevin


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    They do not move unless you move the lever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Dr. View Post
    The electric diverter "diverts" your loader joystick hydraulics to two outlets at the rear of the tractor. (Mine are just below the cab window on the right). When active, this enables your loader joystick to control the hydraulic flow to those outlets; typically to run a hydraulic top link or a tilt cylinder for the 3 point. Currently I have my independent lift for the mower deck on one of the ports, but they can be used for anything hydraulic. I've heard of folks running hoses back to the front of the tractor to operate the chute controls on a snow blower. There is a rocker switch in the side console that powers the valve. You divert both functions of the joystick when the valve active. (Dual valves powered simultaneously). It is all or nothing, you cant just divert one function.

    I'm pretty sure that Deere came out with the diverter to allow cabbed tractors a means to get a 4th and 5th hydraulic outlet at the rear, since the normal 4th and 5th dedicated valves mount to the O.O.S. R.O.P.S.

    Jeff
    The operation is no different on a cab tractor.

    Dave

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    County Line post hole digger, Rhino 3pt 10ft brush hog, Land Pride 8ft rock rake
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    The operation is no different on a cab tractor.

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    Dave,

    I guess I could have been more clear. The dedicated 4th and 5th SCV's are not available on a cabbed tractor. Hence my presumption as to why Deere came out with the diverter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Dr. View Post
    Dave,

    I guess I could have been more clear. The dedicated 4th and 5th SCV's are not available on a cabbed tractor. Hence my presumption as to why Deere came out with the diverter.

    Jeff
    From what I am seeing, the 4th&5th service is dedicated and there is also an electric diverter available. Is it one or the other or can it be so you have 4th&5th direct from the console levers and nothing to do with joystick; and a set of valves diverted from the loader to the rear so I guess that would be 6&7? It would be nice to get both. I currently have the diverter on my 3 series to run my inverted snow blower controls. It works, but always switching back and forth to use the snow box.


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