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    2032r 2038r hydraulic top link rear remote part numbers needed

    I have a 1025r and a 3046r wanting to add a 2032r or 2038r to the stable for my small business. I do a lot of grading work and a hydraulic top link is an awesome feature.

    This pictures shows a used tractor I found that has a 3rd hydraulic function lever on the operators right side (even has a little emblem for a hydraulic cylinder) and this controls the hydraulic top link on this tractor. It is a 2018 2038r.

    Rear hydraulics




    Hydraulic top link setup.




    I have an amazing sales gal that works crazy hard for me and she is having a hard time finding these part numbers for the extra rear hydraulics and the hydraulic top link. The top link might not be a deere part??? Any help on part numbers or a direction would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

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    The part number for the rear 3rd/4th SCV outlets is BLV10882. As for the hydraulic top-link, I don't think JD sells one for the 1 or 2-series but they are readily available from 3rd parties.

    Part Number: BLV10882
    Part Price: 886.60 USD
    On Hand: 0 Check Other Stores
    Description: Hyd. Quick-Connect Coupler - PREMIUM SCV KIT (DOM)
    Package Quantity: 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    The part number for the rear 3rd/4th SCV outlets is BLV10882. As for the hydraulic top-link, I don't think JD sells one for the 1 or 2-series but they are readily available from 3rd parties.

    Part Number: BLV10882
    Part Price: 886.60 USD
    On Hand: 0 Check Other Stores
    Description: Hyd. Quick-Connect Coupler - PREMIUM SCV KIT (DOM)
    Package Quantity: 1
    Awesome thank you sir, I owe you a beer.

    Any idea where I could get a hydraulic toplink? Isn’t there a guy with a really long wait list? I talked to him once, but his wait was just too long and I went with the Deere top link on my 3046r.

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemoore98 View Post
    I have a 1025r and a 3046r wanting to add a 2032r or 2038r to the stable for my small business. I do a lot of grading work and a hydraulic top link is an awesome feature.

    This pictures shows a used tractor I found that has a 3rd hydraulic function lever on the operators right side (even has a little emblem for a hydraulic cylinder) and this controls the hydraulic top link on this tractor. It is a 2018 2038r.

    Rear hydraulics




    Hydraulic top link setup.




    I have an amazing sales gal that works crazy hard for me and she is having a hard time finding these part numbers for the extra rear hydraulics and the hydraulic top link. The top link might not be a deere part??? Any help on part numbers or a direction would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

    Jason



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    In the photos on your post you already have the Rear SCVs and the top link. What is it that you are looking for?
    Contact Fit-Rite Hydraulics for a Top-N-Tilt Kit. You will want both the top and tilt functions for grading purposes and Fit-Rite is a premium supplier of these. I have them on my 2038R.
    Looks like you already have the BLV10882 rear hydraulics installed.

    Sincerely
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    Contact Fit-Rite Hydraulics for a Top-N-Tilt Kit. You will want both the top and tilt functions for grading purposes and Fit-Rite is a premium supplier of these. I have them on my 2038R. Looks like you already have the rear hydraulics installed.
    Thanks HomesteadJoe. Yes, Fit-Rite can provide you with a top-notch product although as you indicated they do sometimes have a bit of a lead time. While Top 'N Tilt can be nice I'm willing to bet that the majority of folks really only need the top-link to be hydraulic. I've had a hydraulic top-link on my 2720 almost since new and never found myself wanting or needing the tilt cylinder.

    If you do some searches on these forums you will find several folks who have put together their own hydraulic top-links from off the shelf components. I've posted a few links below but there are lots more. All you really need is a cylinder of the proper length, a couple fittings and two hoses and you're all set to go.

    If you don't mind a bit of a wait I recommend the Fit-Rite route. It's a top-notch product from a top-notch vendor. That's where I got the top-link for my 2720.

    https://www.greentractortalk.com/for...nk-3320-a.html

    https://www.greentractortalk.com/for...nk-thread.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    In the photos on your post you already have the Rear SCVs and the top link. What is it that you are looking for?
    Contact Fit-Rite Hydraulics for a Top-N-Tilt Kit. You will want both the top and tilt functions for grading purposes and Fit-Rite is a premium supplier of these. I have them on my 2038R.
    Looks like you already have the BLV10882 rear hydraulics installed.

    Sincerely
    That is not the OP's tractor. :-)
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    I personally wouldn’t be without my tilt cylinder. The top cylinder is used quite often, but for dirt work, grading, and box blading, the tilt cylinder can’t be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadJoe View Post
    In the photos on your post you already have the Rear SCVs and the top link. What is it that you are looking for?
    Contact Fit-Rite Hydraulics for a Top-N-Tilt Kit. You will want both the top and tilt functions for grading purposes and Fit-Rite is a premium supplier of these. I have them on my 2038R.
    Looks like you already have the BLV10882 rear hydraulics installed.

    Sincerely
    The pictures are not my tractor. They are on a used tractor. I’m trying to buy a new tractor with a similar setup.

    Thanks for the pictures and help.

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    I own 2 tractors already and this new tractor will make my 3rd tractor. I already own a top and tilt setup and for what I do a top link hydraulic cylinder is the key a tilts is okay, but not that important.

    Thanks again for all the help guys.

    Jason


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