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Hydra Bed with Remote Control?

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4Diamond

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I've heard that hydra bed has an option for a remote control. Can anyone confirm or deny that? If so does anyone have pictures? Thanks...
 

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That's one of the reasons I bought mine. No remote to sit on no electrical sylonoids. When you move the lever you know the valve is going to move.
 

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I'm with 3M, Too many failures in the remote/solenoid valve. Electronics are sure handy till they fail. Then you have to figure out why. If a cable breaks or a linkage fails You can usually figure out a way to feed that last bale and get to the shop. Not as easy with electronic's.
 

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I get by just fine without one, but the deweze crowd says there is nothing like their remote control.
 

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porkchop said:
I'm with 3M, Too many failures in the remote/solenoid valve. Electronics are sure handy till they fail. Then you have to figure out why. If a cable breaks or a linkage fails You can usually figure out a way to feed that last bale and get to the shop. Not as easy with electronic's.


same with tractor's, neighbor took his out of shop, went to feeding, got about 1/2 a mile out when the computer told the tractor that it was tooo cold to run,so it quit, it was only -30 at the time
 

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