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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    Complete top Link kit, cat 1-2, 3" dia cyl, 1 1/2" dia rod, 12" stroke, 23"-35" working length with hose kit and flow restrictor, all for only $335 + shipping cost to your zip code.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    Quote Originally Posted by catdozer View Post
    How do you run your hoses for your toplink? I cant seem to get a good configuration to set the hoses, it works one way but not the other. If you can pist how you have then that would be great, heres an old photo i currently run them under and back up to the couplers
    I haven't had any issues running them this way.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    That's the way Brian said to do them, Pointing towards the implement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelarusBulldog View Post
    I haven't had any issues running them this way.
    Where did you get that top link from? Is that from bobcat?

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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    As mentioned above, smaller diameter hoses will put less stress on the fitting ends when it's bent double. Here's a pic of mine with 3/8" hoses. 18" and 30" hoses. That length would be dependant on what tractor you are using and the location of your remote couplers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BelarusBulldog View Post
    I haven't had any issues running them this way.
    Do you remove your hydraulic top link if using your PTO??
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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    Quote Originally Posted by ovrszd View Post
    Do you remove your hydraulic top link if using your PTO??
    Sorry I took so long to answer. No I leave everything as is, even when using my tiller. Just take it off when mounting the backhoe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelarusBulldog View Post
    Sorry I took so long to answer. No I leave everything as is, even when using my tiller. Just take it off when mounting the backhoe.

    No worries. From the pics it looks like the hoses would be laying on the PTO shaft. Just wondered how you prevented that. Thanks.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic Toplink Hoses

    Quote Originally Posted by ovrszd View Post
    No worries. From the pics it looks like the hoses would be laying on the PTO shaft. Just wondered how you prevented that. Thanks.
    My PTO shaft is inside of a plastic tube, so no rubbing issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelarusBulldog View Post
    My PTO shaft is inside of a plastic tube, so no rubbing issues.
    Yep, I getcha, would kinda freak me out though.
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