Tractor front hydraulics for loader.

Hall99m

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Mixed Farmer
I plan to fit a front loader to my new holland tt55 tractor, there is hydraulic connections on the back of the machine but none near the front. I have located the block where the rear hydraulic lines leave the engine, can connections be added at that point or is it easiest to connect to the connections at the back?
Any help would be much appreciated.

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Tractortech

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Cumbria
Now Then..
What loader are you planning to fit?? New or used?? Most loaders come with their own valve and pipework to suit your tractor. Instructions will be supplied with a new loader and the supplying dealer will probably fit it..
 

Hall99m

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Mixed Farmer
Now Then..
What loader are you planning to fit?? New or used?? Most loaders come with their own valve and pipework to suit your tractor. Instructions will be supplied with a new loader and the supplying dealer will probably fit it..
It's a second hand quicke 2000 loader. It has the hoses but no control valves so I will need to know what to get.
 

Davy

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Location
North NI
I've a control block and cable joystick I'd sell, if you need it. You'll need a top plate for the quick release to connect the loader hoses to, kramp sell them.
 

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Hall99m

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I've a control block and cable joystick I'd sell, if you need it. You'll need a top plate for the quick release to connect the loader hoses to, kramp sell them.
Thanks I may need that, my tractor doesn't have connections near the front, am wondering if I can connect to where the hoses leave the block at the front of the tractor?
 

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