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I have installed a rear hydraulic valve block on my Kubota

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I have installed a rear hydraulic valve block on my Kubota 2601. I purchased the Kubota adapter port for high pressure oil on the side of the tractor in the rear. When that hydraulic block is installed it appears to break into the oil path to the three point. My thoughts are the power beyond port from my valve block should go to the return port of the adapter block. If all of that is as it should be, where is the low pressure oil return connection at the tractor???
Submitted: 17 days ago.
Category: Agriculture and Farm Equipment
Expert:  Bill McCusker replied 16 days ago.

hello my name is ***** ***** to just answers.

Give me a min to pull up a hydro manual for you

Expert:  Bill McCusker replied 16 days ago.

im gonna send you to a website with kubota its a parts break down of your unit. i will send you to the right section cause i know the site can be confusing.

click on illustrated parts list.

agree to the terms. and click open.

type in your model number on the next page. B2601

click open another window will open up its a parts break down.

click on pump/motor system.

there will a handful of different diagrams this should get you info on where the low pressure oil return is on the tractor