I don't have a 3PH on mine (yet) but from what I understand the 3PH moves up and down with the deck unless you set the depth stop on the hitch to keep it locked in one position.
Correct. They use the same cylinder.I don't have a 3PH on mine (yet) but from what I understand the 3PH moves up and down with the deck unless you set the depth stop on the hitch to keep it locked in one position.
Can you lock the 3ph in one spot let's say the middle or does it have to be all the way up to lock it from moving with the deck?You can leave the deck on while using the rear lift, but it's going to move up and down unless you put it all the way up and turn your grass cutting height knob all the way so it can't go back down.
Correct. They use the same cylinder.
Yes, there's a lockout valve option like you're talking about. However, that doesn't change anything regarding this issue. :fing32:Pardon my ignorance as I have never seen an x7xx in person, but would it be possible to put a lock out valve on one of the cylinders? I put one on my my 318 rear cylinder so that the response of the plow angle cylinder is faster as the two are on the same hydraulic circut. I think the lock out valve was an option from JD on the 3xx tractors.
The Front hitch includes the Lock Out Valve that locks out the CYLINDER that is common to the mower and 3PT. I just learned something new.:thanku:Post#4
"When using the SCV you lock out the mower lift and the 3Pt with the valve allowing the front hitch or a FEL to move faster."