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Old 04-29-2007, 11:34 AM
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Default TC18 Rear Remote Install

I was asked to post some pictures of installing rear remotes on a TC18, a Class I NH.

Here are all the parts as taken out of the box.
Seat was removed to make life simpler.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:35 AM
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This is the new valve with the control lever attached. 2 roll pins are used to keep it on. NH suggests installing it before you install the valve. I think they were right on this one. It would have been very ackward to install the lever afterwards. I remeber reading here about removing the tire, but that was on a larger tractor. That wouldnt have helped at all on a TC18.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:36 AM
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Old valve has been removed and gasket scraped off. Probably should have gotten rid of the grass while I was at it, but now I had an open hydraulic system and didnt want to get grass inside.

BLOW the grass of first or hose it away......
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:37 AM
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Old valve with original o-rings re-used, new valve, spacer and gasket ready to put back on. You get new o-rings for the new valve and spacer.
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Valves now installed with longer bolts. This is actually a lot harder than it looks. Just not much room to work with in there.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:38 AM
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Oil lines ready to install after female half of couplers installed.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:39 AM
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Oil lines installed. Man what a hassle. You dont have enough room to get the eyebolts in from the back, from the front, from on top. I finally inlisted help from my wife and a 24" extension to get them in from below. Thats after I jacked the rear of the tractor up to be able to get the extension in there. Of course this is also after one of the o-rings fell out when I dropped an eyebolt. Looked for that thing for about 30 mins. There are certain places on a TC18 you just cant get your hands in.
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Because of the new valve and spacer shifting the old valve out farther, they give you new control rods and arms in the kit. See why the seat needs removed?
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Black tipped handle is the new control lever for the rear remotes. Self-centering valve.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:41 AM
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Everthing installed along with the hydraulic top link.
I may need to shorten the hoses some.
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Looks like a nice neat kit from NH thats for sure.

How do you add an extra remote?

Could you plumb off the loader circuit?
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Old 04-29-2007, 01:46 PM
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Jim,
This install was a dealer kit, but only the single. NH does not offer more for the Class I tractors.
I know people that did it of the loader, so yes it can be done
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GREAT post Jerry! Looks good.
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Great Post Jerry. Thanks for posting it. I'm wanting to add one for the Top Link. Looks like I need to be putting that on my wish list since there isn't too much more I can get for the tractor. Monica says I'm always wanting something. She is always wanting something done, so I'm always wanting something.
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Great Post Jerry. Thanks for posting it. I'm wanting to add one for the Top Link. Looks like I need to be putting that on my wish list since there isn't too much more I can get for the tractor. Monica says I'm always wanting something. She is always wanting something done, so I'm always wanting something.
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Jim, the kit is a lot more expensive than it was when I did it. You can't order it at the parts counter either. Sales has to order it through "Whole Goods" from NH.
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Great post.......exactly the kind of material we need to get things rolling around here.

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Jim, the kit is a lot more expensive than it was when I did it. You can't order it at the parts counter either. Sales has to order it through "Whole Goods" from NH.
The more expensive part doesn't surprise me. Seems as though recently New Holland has had their own form of inflation. I was really shocked by the price of the filters when I purchased them a few weeks ago. The price of the fuel filter had more than doubled. Looks like I may be waiting a little while longer for my top link.
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Jim,
I think this is the kit number for your TC24 718348076 . Try contacting Neil at Messicks and get a price.
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Speaking of Neil, has anyone invited him to join here?
I thought we posted a link to his site on here. It would be a good addition to have Neil's expertise here on Net Tractor Talk.
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I've been wanting to do the same thing on my L3400 Kubota. Big "K" wants nearly $1000 for two rear remote kit (uninstalled) and no rams.

Needless to say, I'm still cranking the turnbuckles.
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