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Old 03-11-2017, 07:47 PM
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Got any lying under your bench? shes piped for a breaker but Id need to get a double acting service for a hitch, probably a diverter valve on the bucket ram would be the way to do it
This lot do manual hitches up to s70, so plenty big enough, if you only occasionally want to change the bucket and possibly use the breaker circuit for something else.
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Got any lying under your bench? she’s piped for a breaker but I’d need to get a double acting service for a hitch, probably a diverter valve on the bucket ram would be the way to do it
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Fit a quick hitch valve, and run a pair of flexible lines down the boom, do them in two or three sections to make future replacements easy.
Using the bucket cylinder is not the way to do it. Or the breaker circuit, as you may need that at some point anyway.

You will be plumbing it in almost exactly the same way as the power slide clamp ram is plumbed.

You could fit a manual hitch, but IMO an auto hydraulic is the way to go, an unwanted single locking automatic hitch will not be hard to source, the buckets stay tight as there is always positive hydraulic pressure on the hitch. Manual hitches don’t stay tight for very long in my experience.

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Fair enough il have to see what I can find, cheers for that il give them a ring as Im struggling atm for bushes for the old girl its on 2.5 pins atm but Im tempted to go to 65mm to make fitting modern buckets and maybe a q hitch of 13tonners easier
I know an 812 that simply had a good used Miller hitch off a JS130 fitted to it. Fauld will do you everything at 65mm no problem Id expect.


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Old 03-11-2017, 09:00 PM
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Il keep an eye out on eBay then, where would I get a hitch valve from?
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Old 03-11-2017, 10:28 PM
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Got any lying under your bench? shes piped for a breaker but Id need to get a double acting service for a hitch, probably a diverter valve on the bucket ram would be the way to do it
LOL ..... I just so happen to have ...... on 65mm pins ..... a rather tidy Lemac, that I've had to bits, sorted what needed it and it's now sat .... I'll find some pix for you with some dim.s on 'em, I know I have.

I'd not go diverter on the plumbing .... do it right with a changeover solenoid valve, with a relief in it and pipe it up properly.
The 6 mils, up/down the boom/dipper won't be a fortune and just tee it into the pump's test port for a supply and into the tank for the return.

https://www.flowfitonline.com/manifo...f-valve-cavity

https://www.flowfitonline.com/hydrau...idge-vc0350300

https://www.flowfitonline.com/hydrau...open-to-t-port

'bout 130 quid to build a control valve ... unless you know for a cheaper option, ready made.
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Full kit valve hoses and clamps etc 250👍
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Got any lying under your bench?
Knew I had 'em .... was gonna chuck it on ebay at some point in time .. just never got round to it

will pick up 415 to 435 ctrs x 245mm min. x 65 mm pins

I bought it as 70 mm pins .... which it wasn't when it turned up .... look back in my thread to see what got done to it ... its all now lubed, greased, cleaned and 'ready to rock' ..... I've not 'oiled it up', but could see no obvious signs of issues ... the cylinder has a built in check valve so does not let go in the event of hose failure and the grabber is on sliders, so has to be pulled back, by the cylinder .... pretty safe hitch TBH
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Full kit valve hoses and clamps etc 250👍
Boom/dipper hoses one piece Aiden or split at the hinge points ? joints are good only have to buy shorter hoses when one dies

Bloody good price though Boyo ...... VERY good
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That looks to be just the job I think I remember you getting it in your thread tbf thats why I thought Id ask the question haha, il have a proper measure to make sure it will fit
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That looks to be just the job I think I remember you getting it in your thread tbf thats why I thought Id ask the question haha, il have a proper measure to make sure it will fit
I've more pix of it Dave ..... pm me an email addy and I'll forward them all to you.
tried to get as good a representation as poss., from all angles

It's one solid hitch
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