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  1. #1
    New Member
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    Jun 2011
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    TYM T550

    Default HOSES

    HI GUYS, I HAVE A TC33D WITH A GREAT BEND LOADER ON IT. I BLEW A HOSE ON THE BUCKET . ALL THE HOSES ON IT ARE CRIMPED ON IN ONE PIECE,ITS LIKE I HAVE TO REPLACE ALL THE HOSES AND STEEL PIPE JUST TO FIX THE ONE HOSE, ANYONE RUN INTO THIS? IM NOT IMPRESSED. THANKS

  2. #2
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    Feb 2012
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    Albany OR
    Tractor
    Case 580B, Long 460, Allis-Chalmers 160

    Default Re: HOSES

    First, typing in all caps is considered SHOUTING - most here are too polite to give you grief over it, just a gentle reminder -

    Second, if you can post a couple of pix showing where hoses enter/leave cylinders and valves maybe we can see something you missed.

    Also, there are field installable fittings that, if you can find any markings on the hose itself (these fittings are VERY specific on hose type) you might be able to just splice a short section into the blown section.

    Also, if you would update your profile to include at least a nearby town and state, it will cut down on suggestions to go to "ray's bangladesh hydraulics mart"

    BTW, welcome to TBN... Steve

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