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I have a decent sized tractor I'm trying to implement hydraulic attachments for, namely a logsplitter. I'm just looking for feedback on whether this design will work. The flow control valve is a pressure compensated one. The standalone relief valve teeing off the CF port of the flow control valve would ideally have its relief value set a bit higher than the internal relief of the logsplitter, so it would only open if there is no attachment or if there is some sort of internal failure of the attachment. I've included a breakdown of operations based on the possible configurations. Is there something I've overlooked here?

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