Wow. Did you do that instruction manual? Nice job. :thumbup1gif:
Yes. Thanks!! :thumbup1gif:Wow. Did you do that instruction manual? Nice job. :thumbup1gif:
Yes, one more thing to watch :thumbup1gif: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.
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.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.
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.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.