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I started planning the installation of a rear hydraulic SCV on my 1025R several months ago. Here is the detail of the installation. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Wow. Did you do that instruction manual? Nice job. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Now that's what I call an installation manual. Very nice work. Finished install looks very clean.


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Great Job! Now....... when will the 2520 manual be ready? :bigthumb:
 

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Nice write up. As often as folks break their tail lights from hitting on things I'm thinking you are going to have to be very careful as those valves and fittings are sticking out way past the tire.
 

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Nice write up. As often as folks break their tail lights from hitting on things I'm thinking you are going to have to be very careful as those valves and fittings are sticking out way past the tire.
Yes, one more thing to watch :thumbup1gif:
The quick connects are pretty much even with the sidewall of the tire. I have also trained myself to be very aware when working close to something. So far, I have not hit my lights.
 

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Yes, one more thing to watch :thumbup1gif:
The quick connects are pretty much even with the sidewall of the tire. I have also trained myself to be very aware when working close to something. So far, I have not hit my lights.
It must have been the angle on the previous photo. I'm sure you will enjoy the new hydraulics. You can never have enough rear SCVs.
 

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Very nice write up. :bigthumb::bigthumb:
 

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Well done, sir. I know how much time and effort it takes to put together such a clear write-up complete with photographs and parts list! That's a great service to the rest of us. Many thanks!
 

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Wow, nice project. I will have to look into this, I still have to install my power beyond kit.
 

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Great work on the install and the write up you did. It makes me want to add this to mine and I don't even have a need for it (yet).
 

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Ray that is fricking awesome. I wish all install instructions were that clear and concise. I'm sure that took a lot of extra time to take all those photos and edit everything. Once again a great example why the folks on this site are terrific! Thank's Ray! :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb:
 

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Thanks Ray. Great info here, which begs a question. If one were ordering a new 1025R.....is there any benefit then to ordering the OEM Power Beyond or just go with removing that one steel line and plumbing in hoses there.? Especially if not wanting to add a backhoe. Unless I've miss understood your process here.
 

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Thanks Ray. Great info here, which begs a question. If one were ordering a new 1025R.....is there any benefit then to ordering the OEM Power Beyond or just go with removing that one steel line and plumbing in hoses there.? Especially if not wanting to add a backhoe. Unless I've miss understood your process here.
If you have no future needs for the BH, no need to order or install the optional power beyond kit. If it were me, I would simply install the same valve I used but plumb it like I indicated at the end of my instruction sheet.
If you remove the OEM steel line that runs from the main SCV power beyond to rockshaft valve pressure port, then install a hose (or steel tubing) from the main SCV power beyond port to the rear SCV inlet (pressure) port. Then, install a hose from the power beyond port on the rear SCV to the rockshaft valve pressure port (where the OEM steel line was removed).
You will still need to add the tank line from the rear SCV tank port to the added TEE where the main SCV tank line connects. :good2:
 

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Ray, I just followed a link on the site posting your work as a reference.

I'm not attempting to install anything myself (that would be a disaster).

I am going to read it cover to cover because I don't understand hydraulics at all, and so this will be good for me trying to fit the pieces of the puzzle together. Thank you for all the great work you did, which is obviously a selfless act...because you clearly understand it... and therefore don't need it!:thumbup1gif:
 
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