Menu
Cart 0

SG-CTHF-14 | Cat D-Series High Flow Plug

  • $99.95

Ask a Question

Did you just spend $100K on a new Cat D-Series machine and try to run high flow only to find out that the dealer didn't throw in a high flow plug?  Here is the solution.  Buy our plug for half of the dealer prices and run your high flow hydraulics on XPS or XHP machines any time you like.

Works great for high flow mowers or any other device that does not require any electrical connections but needs to operate with high flow hydraulics.


We Also Recommend

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Ask a Question
  • Highflow plug eight pin for a 262 ?

    If it is an A,B or C series 8 pin plug we currently do not offer a plug because they are so old that most people already have the plugs. If this is whay you need, you can order the plug and just make the jumper yourself.
    https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/electrical-connectors/products/sg-kit-dt-8-f-8-pin-female-kit-deutsch-attachment-side

    If it is a D series - Click this link.
    https://www.skidsteergenius.com/collections/electrical-connectors/products/sg-cthf-14-cat-d-series-high-flow-plug

  • I need a connector from 2015 299d2xhp to a older Bradco Dozier blade is this the right on

    This is a high flow connector allowing a D series machine to run high flow attachments.

  • The typical adapter from cat only runs high flow in one direction. Will your run high low in both?

    No.  Most manufacturers only allow High Flow in the forward direction because the return valving bypasses when the pump is running forward so there is little back pressure.  If they allowed you to reverse the flow, then they would have to allow the forward pressure line to become the return to tank line at the same time.  They just don't do it that way so you are stuck running HF in the forward direction.  Cat, Bobcat, Kubota and Takeuchi are a few that I know of that will only allow HF in the forward direction.

  • Is this product in stock and ready to ship after payment is received?

    We have hundreds.  How many do you need?