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Parts Wanted 2082 super cub auxiliary hydraulic circuit

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John Wheeler

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I’m looking for the elusive auxiliary hydraulic circuit in the wild. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Really don’t want to use a linear. Thanks.
 

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For me the most cost effective way to get one was to buy a tractor with it installed. I took the parts I wanted and resold the tractor after a light refurb. Bearings, belts, a seat and paint. Most of us have enough parts on our shelves to do a rebuild. This was the case for me. Of course the aux ports have been on my SGT for many years now and I don’t ever use them or the rear pto/3 point - “ I had to have them” haha
 
For me the most cost effective way to get one was to buy a tractor with it installed. I took the parts I wanted and resold the tractor after a light refurb. Bearings, belts, a seat and paint. Most of us have enough parts on our shelves to do a rebuild. This was the case for me. Of course the aux ports have been on my SGT for many years now and I don’t ever use them or the rear pto/3 point - “ I had to have them” haha
Thanks. I was happy to find what I did.
 
I added front hydraulics on my 782 and 1450 to use my front blade with hydraulic angle. It was really handy for a couple of Winters but since I got something bigger to handle snow, the blade has been sitting for probably 10 years now. I almost got it out last Winter to use on some sidewalks but didn't get it done. I don't use the ports or the blade but can't seem to let them go. Figures.
 
I added front hydraulics on my 782 and 1450 to use my front blade with hydraulic angle. It was really handy for a couple of Winters but since I got something bigger to handle snow, the blade has been sitting for probably 10 years now. I almost got it out last Winter to use on some sidewalks but didn't get it done. I don't use the ports or the blade but can't seem to let them go. Figures.
That deal fell through and I found something already plumbed
 

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