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Topic: JD 970 SCV Remote
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01-26-2015 05:29:17
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Has anyone added a remote hyd. outlet and valve to a JD 970 Compact tractor?

What would be the easiest way? remote valve from Surplus Supply or other source and some fittings or would it be better to try to find parts from salvage yards?

I am not that familiar with these tractors so all help will be appreciated.

I have found a picture in the 970 tech manual that shows the SCV valve connection and was wondering if I am understanding them correctly.

One port is labeled: Pressure from Rockshaft.

I assume this would be plumed to the input port on my OC spool valve.

The next port is labeled: Return to Rockshaft.

This would be the out port on my OC spool valve.

There is also a port labeled : Return to Case.

I assume this is used as a drain of some type not to be needed in my application since my OC valve has no drain or return to sump port on it.

Do some OC valve have a dedicated port for drain of the work port ?

Is my thinking correct ?

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