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Old 12-29-2017, 11:33 PM   #1
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Can somebody post the link/thread(if it exists) of how to delete the Load Sensing Valve. I've searched and found a few threads about LSV or people wanting to delete, people suggesting to delete.. etc. But none of them show/tell exact step by step HOW to delete. At least the ones I read. If there is a thread, I could not find it in my search.
There are two hard lines than run to the rear. My guess is connect the rear rubber line from the tee to one of these 2 lines and delete/plug the other line? I don't know which line use and which to plug?
A few of the threads I found did mention to plug one of the lines. But they do not mention which one or they say "I dont remember which one to plug"

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Old 12-30-2017, 10:46 AM   #2
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Subscribed. I don't know how to delete it, either. I'm not planning to, but you never know when it's going to fail.
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I've found the same results, people ask about deleting it but no one really explains what to do, mine is leaking and I wouldn't mind removing it either.
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From my understanding, one line is the primary line. When there is a load, the LSV will open and more pressure and fluid will come from the secondary line. So the question is which line is the primary?
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Old 02-07-2018, 12:24 AM   #5
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bump.... anyone?
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Just posted this in Tony's thread:

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I did the delete with no issues. Either line will work because they both come from the same splitter block. Choose one to connect your rear hose to, the other line I traced all the way up to the 5way block behind the front passenger tire and plugged it.
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