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Hi Chris,
I'm curious how the Diverter Kit would work with the new Single Point Hydro-link they say will be available on the new 2-series? I know we only just found out about this, and I do see this new 2 series in my future, but I also see an Artillian Grapple in my future so I need to know how they might get along?
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You may not need a diverter as JD now offers a front SCV on the new 2-series.

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Otherwise, it goes without saying that there are still tons of unanswered questions about many of the features on the new models. :)
 

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Not Chris, but here is my take:

The diverter install would be very similar, just two hoses to the loader side of the single point rather than loose going to the tractor, everything else is virtually the same.
 

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You may not need a diverter as JD now offers a front SCV on the new 2-series.

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Otherwise, it goes without saying that there are still tons of unanswered questions about many of the features on the new models. :)
Hmm, looking at the website it almost makes it look like you need to get the front 3pt to get the front SCV....now maybe that is not horrible especially if you want to mount a blower or plow, or broom....
 

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You may not need a diverter as JD now offers a front SCV on the new 2-series.

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Otherwise, it goes without saying that there are still tons of unanswered questions about many of the features on the new models. :)
thats not an extra SCV.... it is an extension line that runs from the SCV couplers to the front. It is used for blade angling. Now, they do offer 2 rear SCV's that you way be able to tap into somehow.
 

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Hi Chris,
I'm curious how the Diverter Kit would work with the new Single Point Hydro-link they say will be available on the new 2-series? I know we only just found out about this, and I do see this new 2 series in my future, but I also see an Artillian Grapple in my future so I need to know how they might get along?
Thanks!
Ransx,

Sorry, it's too soon for me to be able to comment on this yet. I'm a little behind!!
 

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No Problem Chris, not like the tractor is going to be available for a few more months I think.
 

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I would wait a year and let the "quirks" of the first year work their way out
yeah-i bought my 2520 the first yr out, i had to buy my 3pt arms over, plus i redid my front axle, all at around $4,000. so there's no way i would be the guinea pig for the next round.
 

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You may not need a diverter as JD now offers a front SCV on the new 2-series.

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Otherwise, it goes without saying that there are still tons of unanswered questions about many of the features on the new models. :)

I'm feelin kinda dumb asking...

What is that contraption mounted to the 3 point arms?:dunno:


Give me a minute to hide before ya'll start tossin rocks my way.
 

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I'm feelin kinda dumb asking...

What is that contraption mounted to the 3 point arms?:dunno:


Give me a minute to hide before ya'll start tossin rocks my way.
Do you mean the A-frame gizmo? If so, that is how the 59" snow blower (and other implements) mount. That A-frame assembly fits up into a similarly shaped receiver-like area on the implement.
 

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Do you mean the A-frame gizmo? If so, that is how the 59" snow blower (and other implements) mount. That A-frame assembly fits up into a similarly shaped receiver-like area on the implement.
I was wondering about that hookup also. seen some hookup's like that on u-tube for a fellas 3 pt attachments also. i guess u could call that a fast hitch too-huh:dunno::lol:
 

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Do you mean the A-frame gizmo? If so, that is how the 59" snow blower (and other implements) mount. That A-frame assembly fits up into a similarly shaped receiver-like area on the implement.

Exactly.....I like it & figured it was something along those lines.
I'd just never seen anything like that yet.

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Exactly.....I like it & figured it was something along those lines.I'd just never seen anything like that yet.Thanks
This is the same type of front 3-point attachment used on the 3-series (and possibly others). It's been around for quite a while, it's just new to the 2-series.It has the ability to handle heavier implements. Needless to say, the new A-frame hitch setup costs a LOT more than the existing Quick Attach setup used on the 1-series and 2-series.

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