Well, quickest and easiest is to use the remote valves already on the tractor. Hopefully your tractor has two remotes. Simply connect the hoses from the lift arms to one valve, and from the bucket dump to the other valve. The controls are conveniently located right next to the seat.
If the loader has its own valves, the next easiest thing to do is connect the IN/OUT lines from this valve to one of the tractor's existing remotes, and tie the lever back with a bungee cord. At least you can use the loader like this barring the lack of a more sophisticated solution.
There is a way to hook up the loader without using either remote, but I do not know how it is done. You need to bypass a hydraulic line somewhere into your loader valve, then return that line back into the tractor. On some tractors this requires special fittings and you have to be VERY careful that when you remove the loader that you reconnect the lines as they were before, or else you will deadhead the system and cause damage.
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