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Old 10-11-2020, 09:12 AM
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That looks really nice, you did a great job. I use my FEL a good bit for moving things around the property. They sure are handy to have.
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More loader testing!

Thursday I had a load of 3/4” gravel delivered. Gravel is for under a roof extension on my wood shed.

Loader worked great! Easily picked up a bucket of gravel. Had great dumping control.

Even with a full bucket of gravel the bucket had little twisting.

Very happy with setup!
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Nice Job! Looks good! Bet having that loader will certainly be helpful. I could definitely use something on one of mine, got lots of heavy things that need moving!
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Great deal

What valve setup did you choose?

I like the Gage where you can see it







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I used a “Brand Hydraulic LV” valve. It was one of the few joystick valves I could find with a float and an option for a low pressure relief valve. The low pressure option (spring) can range from 500 to 1200 psi which is much lower than many.

I had multiple emails with the company about my application and they were very helpful. The valve has multiple configuration depending on mounting. Another bonus - Made is the USA!

https://www.brand-hyd.com/wfData/fil...REV(D)2018.pdf

The pressure gauge will be removed at some point. While it is viewable it could easily be ripped off. Once I finalize the pressure relief valve setting it will be removed.
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Thanks for the info on the valve!
There is a Distributor very close to me.
This is very helpful to me.
In my project I'm patterning off one my father bought years ago.

I have not bought any Hydraulics yet.
I will sent Brand Hydraulics Co. an e-mail.

Thanks again for the info.
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