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    Posted: 07 Oct 2019 at 7:15am
Got a 8010 powershift with a westendorf loader. The loader is controlled with the remotes now but want to put a joystick on it to run loader. Does anyone know where to get a complete kit or how to piece one together ? Would need valve , joystick, cables and adapters to plumb into hyd system. Is it a pfc or closed center hyd system?
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It is a closed center load sensing system. It would require a closed center load sense valve tee'd into the system. The load sense port is required to actuate the pump high pressure.
Surplus Center has a valve. It's not cheap, $570. The joystick controller and cables adds about $300.
A selector valve for the remotes would be cheaper.
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I have one in an 8050. I bought it through westendorf (work for a dealer) it does not include hoses and was $2600 several years ago. A lot of work to install but worth it once it's in.
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I looked on surplus center and i cant seem to find a ccls joystick valve on there.. do you happen to know the part number of it?
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I beleive I still have the owner's manual. Just not sure where. I'll do some digging.
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Originally posted by 185turbo 185turbo wrote:

I looked on surplus center and i cant seem to find a ccls joystick valve on there.. do you happen to know the part number of it?
The closed center load sense valve and joystick controller are listed separately. Do a search for "load sense" and "joystick".
The valve is a Prince 20 series
The cables and connections are also separate.
The controller is 9-6704-J
 
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Thanks for the help i found the valve joystick and cables. I will just have to figure out how to plumb into the supply return n load sense now
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so why couldn't you just get a joy stick controller and proper length cables and use the existing factory valves unless you are trying to add more outlets to the system.

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Only have 2 remotes , need 4
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The pressure line is the one with the hose going from the pump to the remote/lift valve. You can tee in there. A 3/4 JIC swivel run tee will make it easier.
The sense line is the 1/4 tube running from the pump to the valve. A JIC swivel run tee here. Easier to install at the valve end.
The return is a tube from the valve to the reservoir. I think it is 1 in.
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