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SG-PP-14 | 14 Pin Plug and play Adapter for Kubota, Cat D, John Deere & More

  • $150.00

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Use this plug and play adapter if you have only one solenoid to operate that has an existing 2 pin Deutsch receptacle and you need to connect to your 14 pin connector on your machine.  This ingenious jumper features a special 2 pin plug that has an embedded LED in the plug so that it gives you an indication immediately that everything is connected perfectly.

It comes pinned out for the most popular machines around including Kubota, Gehl, Cat D-Series, old Bobcat (14 Pin), Takeuchi, New Holland.  For John Deere, there is an internal jumper that you would simply remove the shrink tubing and install it into the A slot.  For High Flow Cat D-Series, you can use this same jumper and install it in either slot N or K so you can tun on your high flow.


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  • Is this connector already pinned correctly for Kubota or does it have to be assembled?

    Yes.  It is pre-pinned.

  • looking to run a John Deere sweeper on my Kubota slv75 with only one solenoid for the angel . looks to be only two wire to the sweeper . what one will convert? Thanks

    What kind of connection is on the sweeper?

  • Hi would you provide a cat connector with pin arrangement that would allow me to hard wire the 14 pin to my dozer blade? That would remove one connection. Thank you

    This is the most common harness that we use.  Will this work for you?

  • i have a wolverine attachment with two solenoids running on a CAT 299d3 xps. Which harness do I need?

    I have not dealt with Wolverine offering 2 solenoids.  They are not a real company.  Just a mail drop with a direct to auction channel from China so there is no information available.  i will need you to send me lots of pictures of the attachment connections so I can figure something out.  Thanks

  • i just bought a suihe concrete attachment . is very similar to the wolverine but mines has 2 solenoids; so i have 4 wires . do you have some for that one?

    What machine are you running it on?  Can you send a photo of the solenoids and hoses?