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    2032R rear hydraulics flow rates

    I would like to add rear remotes to my tractor for running a 3pth log splitter and was wondering if there is any difference between the continuous flow rates of the dual rear scv kit vs the power beyond kit. It is my understanding the dual rear scv has a lock on feature that acts like a power beyond kit but I am wondering if it actually flows the same as the power beyond kit. Does anyone know of any spec sheets that cover this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonybcrazy View Post
    I would like to add rear remotes to my tractor for running a 3pth log splitter and was wondering if there is any difference between the continuous flow rates of the dual rear scv kit vs the power beyond kit. It is my understanding the dual rear scv has a lock on feature that acts like a power beyond kit but I am wondering if it actually flows the same as the power beyond kit. Does anyone know of any spec sheets that cover this?
    Are we talking Gen-1 or Gen-2 2032R?
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    The 1/2" couplers are rated at 12GPM. There is no reason to think that the power beyond kit would provide any more volume with your tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Are we talking Gen-1 or Gen-2 2032R?

    I'd have to assume he's talking about a Gen-2. There was no dual rear SCV kit from Deere for the Gen-1 model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I'd have to assume he's talking about a Gen-2. There was no dual rear SCV kit from Deere for the Gen-1 model.
    OR continuous flow option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I'd have to assume he's talking about a Gen-2. There was no dual rear SCV kit from Deere for the Gen-1 model.
    In this case you are probably correct but one thing I've learned when trying to help folks over the phone or on these forums is to assume nothing. I've seen threads go two to three pages of responses all in left field due to an assumption. :-)
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    Sorry, you assumed correctly gen 2.

    Maybe I should have phrased my question differently: Does the dual rear scv continous flow option provide the full available that the flow the power beyond kit provides?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonybcrazy View Post
    Sorry, you assumed correctly gen 2.

    Maybe I should have phrased my question differently: Does the dual rear scv continous flow option provide the full available that the flow the power beyond kit provides?
    Are the lines, couplers and fittings the same 1/2” size as the PB? If they’re smaller, 1/4” or even 3/8” than the chances are they won’t flow as much as the 1/2” PB.
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    Per the parts catalog the couplers are the same. I don't know about the lines. I am primarily concerned about the valve itself. It is probably slightly restrictive but it is really a question of how much.

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