I would appreciate some help ordering hydraulics for a new cab model 4066r. Even my dealer is confused.
I don't have much prior experience with hydraulics. I have read a lot of posts here about that subject, but I can't seem to find the answers I need. I can't even figure it out with the ordering guide.
I hope I can post my questions correctly.
I am getting older and less able to jump in and out of a cab, so I'm hoping to order the best most versatile hydraulic setup in the beginning to allow me to operate the most implements in the future from inside the cab.
Ideally, I would like to have everything available. But I can't even tell what "everything" is. If you got a 4066r "maxed out" hydraulically what would that look like?
Minimum: I would at least like the 3rd SCV for a grapple, and 4th, 5th, (6th and 7th) in the back, in order to operate a hydraulic rear blade and whatever implements I am able to acquire over time. However, this sounds impossible.
There seem to be trade offs. Like you can't have "Top and Tilt" AND "Downforce". You can't have more than 2 rear hydraulic SCV's in the back (the 4th and 5th) unless you make some kind of trade off with your front 3rd SCV that will divert it temporarily to the rear. And that still leaves me needing one more. Would "power beyond" help at all?
So, for the four hydraulic functions available on a rear blade. How best could I do that? I thought maybe top n tilt would take care of two of them but how to set up the tractor hydraulics best - for the other two (offset and the blade rotation)?
Thanks for any help.