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Auxiliary hydraulics for a 2082

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John Wheeler

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Picking up a 2082 this week and need to plumb it for an angle power blade. What all am I looking at here? I have a 1450 donor lift circuit I can use. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 
The 1450 is a complete different animal when it comes to hydraulics.
Different valve and plumbing.

Google Part number 759-3493A
You will need all these parts
Good luck!

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The 1450 is a complete different animal when it comes to hydraulics.
Different valve and plumbing.

Google Part number 759-3493A
You will need all these parts
Good luck!

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Sounds fantastic! Or just change the lift circuit to a linear motor and use lift for swing circuit. And the hydraulics doesn’t have to be a factory fit. Thanks for the info!
 
Doubtful, judging from the pictures in the parts book.
Valving looks to be the same as a dual stick 1450 only with fancier plumbing.

I'm in the same boat as you with my 2086 but I have the correct parts to do the job..
Just have to get around to doing it, soon by the looks of the calendar!!


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Doubtful, judging from the pictures in the parts book.
Valving looks to be the same as a dual stick 1450 only with fancier plumbing.

I'm in the same boat as you with my 2086 but I have the correct parts to do the job..
Just have to get around to doing it, soon by the looks of the calendar!!


Plumbing in and auxiliary circuit isn’t exactly building rockets. Obviously doesn’t have to be factory. I’m going to tinker with what I have first.
 

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