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Hi, welcome to the MF board.
If you need the 3pt hitch to operate whilst using the loader a PTO or front crankshaft driven pump could be used with either a separate hyd tank or the internal reservoir to run the hyd cylinders. The "other" control valves i was refering to in my other post are the optional OEM installed 3 lever factory valves ( no longer available new) or a similar aftermarket one which run around $700 +, these install in the same place as the diverter valves at the front of the lift cover. If you don't need the use of the 3pth
whilst operating the loader you can just install a 2 spool double acting valve in place of the single spool valve that i have, this should operate the small hyd cylinders you have on your loader quite well form the internal hydraulics.
 

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You may possibly find an original, some of the industrial models had them also to run front loaders. Princess Auto dont have them to fit on the lift cover, not sure if any of the Ford tractors used them, "Soundguy" on the Ford board would likely know. If you email me your e-address i will send you what info i have on them. I think the genuine MF135 owners manual describes them also. I let my manual go with a 135 I sold unfortunately.
I am kinda shooting in the dark a little here as I have never owned a tractor with any of these valves fitted nor have I had the need for one.
 
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