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Old 10-22-2011, 10:41 AM   post #1 of 31
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Default 318 lock out valave

Is there any other suppliers for the valve than deere? I just priced it on their website and its over 90 bucks with tax....... I saw one on ebay for about half that, but was wondering if anyone had a part number that would work from a place like Mcmaster Carr or Surplus Center.
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I got one from an EBay vendor for around $30 IIRC. Nothing special about it.
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Old 10-22-2011, 11:34 AM   post #3 of 31
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I've also seen the aftermarket ones on eBay for around $30.00.
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Old 10-22-2011, 03:48 PM   post #4 of 31
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I've also seen the aftermarket ones on eBay for around $30.00.
Anyone have a link for these $30 ones? I keep seeing the one for about $43. Also, I need one for a 317. I'm assuming it would be the same?
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I was looking on the Mcaster Carr website and found these, rated for 2000 psi I think might do the trick. http://www.mcmaster.com/#flow-contro...valves/=eltn58 I think I can use one to do the flow control I need to slow down my angle cylinder and another to lockout the rockshaft, both together are cheaper than 1 on eBay and Mcaster Carr's stuff is usually very good quality.
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Old 10-22-2011, 06:28 PM   post #6 of 31
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ggsteve, went through eBay and could not find the cheaper one! The 42.99 is the cheapest one I see now!
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ggsteve, went through eBay and could not find the cheaper one! The 42.99 is the cheapest one I see now!
Yeah, that seems pretty reasonable, especially since it comes with the extra fitting that's probably $5 anyway. I'll probably rise to the bait on that one soon.
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All you need is a 1/8" Parker Flow Control valve and a 1/8" Male to Female
45 degree adapter. I used to buy the valve from surplus center for less than $15.

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I checked Surpluscenter and couldnt find one, http://www.surpluscenter.com/sort.as...c&keyword=HAFC I looked threw all the flow control valves they carry, any chance you have a part number for that valve?
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Old 10-22-2011, 08:38 PM   post #10 of 31
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Blown 67,

I have a couple in my shop. I will check the part number tomorrow. It is a Parker PF-200 I believe. Funny, but I can remember a part number, but keep forgetting my wife's name.
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Well I went ahead and ordered 2 from Mcaster Carr, they were 20.39 each, and are the same ones being sold on eBay for 42.99 except these are steel and the eBay ones are brass, and this comes from the manufacturer of the valve: "Brass valves are ideal for water and have a brass needle. Steel valves are ideal for hydraulic oil and have a stainless steel needle". I bought 2, one for my rockshaft and another to slow down my angle cylinder on the blade, but I should have looked closer, the misfit cylinder on my blade has 1/4" NPT and not 1/8' NPT like the original cylinders have so either I need a couple reducing fittings or I have a spare...

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Old 10-26-2011, 02:27 PM   post #12 of 31
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All you need is a 1/8" Parker Flow Control valve and a 1/8" Male to Female
45 degree adapter. I used to buy the valve from surplus center for less than $15.

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GotDeeres: how did you go about installing your remote shutoff valve? I have a JD 322 I'm wanting to install the valve on, and I'm having a problem with getting enough room to work with.

Mine is on so tight and there is so little room under there to get a long wrench on to work with.

I've decided to try a gas line wrench this weekend and see if that might help with the leverage. In between that time, I'm soaking the fitting with Seafoam Deep Creep, and I hope to put some freeze rust penetrant on the fitting this evening.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

BTW, aux-hyd.com also has the remote shutoff valves for now. They even have the 1/4 turn valves - of which I purchased for my JD 322.

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Old 10-26-2011, 03:50 PM   post #13 of 31
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[QUOTE=blown67;1918270]Well I went ahead and ordered 2 from Mcaster Carr, they were 20.39 each, and are the same ones being sold on eBay for 42.99 except these are steel and the eBay ones are brass, and this comes from the manufacturer of the valve: "Brass valves are ideal for water and have a brass needle. Steel valves are ideal for hydraulic oil and have a stainless steel needle". I bought 2, one for my rockshaft and another to slow down my angle cylinder on the blade, but I should have looked closer, the misfit cylinder on my blade has 1/4" NPT and not 1/8' NPT like the original cylinders have so either I need a couple reducing fittings or I have a spare...

WHY DO YOU WANT TO SLOW DOWN YOUR ANGLE CYLINDER?
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WHY DO YOU WANT TO SLOW DOWN YOUR ANGLE CYLINDER?
The angle cylinder that is on my blade is not an original setup, a previous owner put a smaller volume cylinder in place of the correct one, it will go from full angle to opposite full angle in less than 1 second flat, literally.



The flow control valves I bought are dual directional so I can dial down the flow to the cylinder to a speed that I am happy with.

And I may have jumped the gun saying the quality of Mcaster Carrs stuff, after I took the pic of the valve for this thread I saw the markings on the left hand side and looked at the threaded hole in the end and sure enough its oblong, but they are sending me a new one and are even giving me the bigger size I need for my misfit cylinder.

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I see now, id want the cylinder to go fast but not that fast, i am in the process of finding a lock cylinder for my 317 rockshaft so my blade angles faster. it goes slow for a second that speeds up. the 317 cylinder is hard to get to unlike the 318. so i believe it will be harder to rig up. im gonna swing by a hydro shop after work in a bit and see what they have, is the fittings off our rockshaft cylinders 1/4 or 3/8?
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