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I bought a 3035D last year, and I absolutely love it! I'm looking to add 2 rear spools for the top and tilt functions, but I'm not willing to pay the Stealership $2500 to do the job. I can buy the valves, and make the hoses needed for the job. The only question is to where to tap the hydraulics at. I assume that there must be a "power beyond" port on the loader control, then I can "T" the tank return line. I am not finding anything on this anywhere though. Is the 3035D loader control the same as any other 3 series? What part do I need to tap into the existing 300E loader control on my tractor?
 

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There is probably a port you can find on the loader valve, marked as PB. Alot of the OEM stuff, the ports designations are part of the casting.

Example....(A1, A2, B1, B2, PB)
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Then it's just a matter of determining the type of fitting needed.

Pics are not of a 3D series machine, just an example.
 

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Thanks for the info!



There is probably a port you can find on the loader valve, marked as PB. Alot of the OEM stuff, the ports designations are part of the casting.

Example....(A1, A2, B1, B2, PB)
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Then it's just a matter of determining the type of fitting needed.

Pics are not of a 3D series machine, just an example.
 

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Does JD offer a diverter valve that can run off the SCV for the loader? A push button Diverter kit might be a lot easier to use because then you can run the joystick for the top and tilt and it is just a matter of running a couple additional lines to the back from the diverter valve for your top and tilt.

I have diverter kit on my 420 loader for my 4310 and I absolutely love it.
 

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I've considered using diverters. The fact that going that route allows easy control of top and tilt while operating, but the cost is really the same either way. I kinda like them being on their own spools as well though. Regardless, I'm not made of money, so I won't be using green parts. LOL Too many options at much lower cost that are just as well made, if not better.


Does JD offer a diverter valve that can run off the SCV for the loader? A push button Diverter kit might be a lot easier to use because then you can run the joystick for the top and tilt and it is just a matter of running a couple additional lines to the back from the diverter valve for your top and tilt.

I have diverter kit on my 420 loader for my 4310 and I absolutely love it.
 
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