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    Default hydraulic hose ****

    hi i have a kabota b6500 with a woods 6500 backhoe. i lent my machine [first mistake] blown dipper line he pulled the line out [second mistake]
    now i ave to fish a new line through the entire boom i can hardly have room for my little finger let alone a hose any ideas????

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    Not real sure of the plumbing but if there's another line still attached running to the same location unhook it, tie two small strong ropes to it and pull the line out with the ropes attached. Use one line to pull the just removed line back in and the other for the new line or else tie the new and just removed line to the rope and pull them in at once.
    Get hold of some stiff steel wire, I've used the galvanized wire that's used to reinforces the bottom of a chain link fence, and try and feed that thru.
    Get suitably sized hammer and proceed to whup friend upside head in either scenario....Mike

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    Default Re: hydraulic hose ****

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmikey View Post
    Not real sure of the plumbing but if there's another line still attached running to the same location unhook it, tie two small strong ropes to it and pull the line out with the ropes attached. Use one line to pull the just removed line back in and the other for the new line or else tie the new and just removed line to the rope and pull them in at once.
    Get hold of some stiff steel wire, I've used the galvanized wire that's used to reinforces the bottom of a chain link fence, and try and feed that thru.
    Get suitably sized hammer and proceed to whup friend upside head in either scenario....Mike
    tried a snake no luck was thinking of pulling another out can i attach one to another with some kind of allthread and tape the second pull two new ones through and the i know ill have an extra but i can allways use an xtra

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    Default Re: hydraulic hose ****

    i went thru this repair about a month and a half ago on my 6500, as well as the pressure line from the pump to the valve body.

    that one had to be pulled under the body and at the pump.. fished out thru the body, seperate the hard line from the rubber.. repalce and then fish thru.

    the other you can try copper house wire to fish thru can slide it thru the hyd line too..

    ironically first time took me over an hour to take apart.. took 15m to put back together.

    you'll get it.. be patient!

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