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John Deere 3x20 CAB Model Rear Diverter Kit

This rear diverter kit from BoltOnHooks LLC is designed to “split” or “double” the OEM electro-hydraulic 3rd SCV kit on the rear of model year 2011+ John Deere 3320, 3520, and 3720 CAB model tractors. This allows you to have a full TnT (Top-n-Tilt) kit or a HTL (Hydraulic Top Link) and a front grapple plugged in at the same time and switch between the two without swapping hoses, you only need to press a rocker switch placed in your right side console. Installation is fast and simple, with no permanent modifications to your machine. Installation should take less than 2 hours. This kit provides four Female 1/4” ISO 5675 “AG” style QD's to hook your hydraulic accessories to.

NOTE: Do to clearance issues, this valve kit cannot be mounted at the same time as the backhoe. However, it is simple to remove when mounting the backhoe, just two bolts, two electrical connectors, and two couplers.


Specifications:
Maximum Flow: 10 GPM Max
Maximum Pressure: 3000 PSI
Voltage: 12 VDC
Current Draw: 4 Amps Max
Duty Cycle: Constant
Ports: 3/8” (-06) ORB (SAE) x6
Electrical Connections: Deutsch DT style sealed x2
Mounting Holes: 1/4” x5
Overall Size:4”w, x 6.25”h, x 5”d (without hoses)
Weight: 7 lbs 4 oz (with hoses and mounting plate)
Input QD Connectors: Male 1/2” ISO 5675 “AG” style QD's
Output QD Connectors: Female 1/4” ISO 5675 “AG” style QD's
Made in the USA

 

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I want to send out a special thanks to GTT member KY_Shawn for pushing me to do this project, and for his patience while waiting seemingly forever for me to get it done :laugh:. He has a kit in hand and will be offering some installation notes soon.
 

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I do have a kit in hand and anxious to get it installed. I wanted to get this onto my tractor over the weekend but the weather did not allow for it. I want to send my thanks to Kennyd for putting this kit together. I have wanted to add an hydraulic top link to my tractor for a long time now but the single rear factory remote is plumbed for operating my grapple. Switching hoses between the grapple and top link on one remote would have been a pain and the cost for additional factory remotes was not appealing. The kit Ken has put together is the answer I have been needing! I will update my install experience soon.
 

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I want to send out a special thanks to GTT member KY_Shawn for pushing me to do this project, and for his patience while waiting seemingly forever for me to get it done :laugh:. He has a kit in hand and will be offering some installation notes soon.
Hey, I helped 1/1024% LOL!!!! :hide2:

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Looking to get this setup for my 3046R cab, is there any way you can post, or Email me the directions of how this is installed, just not wrapping my head around how this works even after reading all your posts.
Guess you can call me a hydraulic dummy. :laugh:
 

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John,
I don't have anything written for the 30xx series yet, but the valve block just bolts onto the rear of the tractor, then two hoses plug into your existing couplers for the 3rd SCV, then you add the wiring and switch. Now instead of TWO couplers to plug into, you have FOUR.
 

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Kennyd do you have this package for a 3039r yet?

Not yet...I have the parts here, and local guys machine to put it on for prototyping, but just can't seem to find time to get to it :banghead:

Soon, I hope.
 

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Kennyd do you have this package for a 3039r yet?
Not yet...I have the parts here, and local guys machine to put it on for prototyping, but just can't seem to find time to get to it :banghead:

Soon, I hope.
Any chance that there will be something like this for an open station model? :hide:

I'll need some advance warning so that I can be extra good when I make out my Christmas list. :laugh:
 

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Any chance that there will be something like this for an open station model? :hide:

I'll need some advance warning so that I can be extra good when I make out my Christmas list. :laugh:
Sure, if I can find one to figure out the details. In theory everything will work but the mounting bracket would be different, if you can handle fabbing that, then you need to start saving now.
 

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Sure, if I can find one to figure out the details. In theory everything will work but the mounting bracket would be different, if you can handle fabbing that, then you need to start saving now.
Sweeeeet.

I might be able to figure out a bracket....:mocking:

Now I just have to be good, and not raise any suspicion as to why.....:hide:
 

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Sweeeeet.

I might be able to figure out a bracket....:mocking:

Now I just have to be good, and not raise any suspicion as to why.....:hide:
When you make yours, make a second one for me! :good2: I'm planning on pulling the trigger on that kit sometime later this Fall, once I have my "job work" caught up.


EDIT - just realized that you have a 3039, not a 3520. Our brackets probably won't be the same anyway. My neighbor has a newer 3320 and his rear hydraulics are different than mine.
 
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