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So I got this great deal on a 210C loader but wanted to add a backhoe. Found a backhoe from a 310c that connects right up. Followed instructions for the plumbing. needed to add and change some things on the 210c since it had no backhoe plumbing. The pump on the 210c is rated for 17gpm and I think the 310 was somewhere near the 23GPM range so I figured it would just run slower but I can not even get the stabilizers to move. The in and out lines were getting a little warm. I just don't know enough about hydraulics I guess.
I will try to post a picture of the plumbing layout from the manual. Just not sure and running out of ideas.
 

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So the Power Beyond port on this Gresen loader valve is only a Power Beyond port if you install a special sleeve that shuts off an internal flow in the valve while creating a path for the valves to be kept in a series. Who Knew? So the adapter I found is not sufficient to pass the hi pressure to the loader and stabilizer valves. Oil but no pressure!
 

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So the Power Beyond port on this Gresen loader valve is only a Power Beyond port if you install a special sleeve that shuts off an internal flow in the valve while creating a path for the valves to be kept in a series. Who Knew? So the adapter I found is not sufficient to pass the hi pressure to the loader and stabilizer valves. Oil but no pressure!
Had to find the manufacturer of that Loader Valve to get a proper sleeve. It is a Gresen valve but they were purchased by another company. Fortunately that Valve is still available to this day with little changes. Once that sleeve was installed it came alive!
 
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