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    Default Bucket leve indicator interference (DX55)

    I have the FEL level indicator on my tractor. After using the loader half a day, i noticed that the indicator bar had rubbed the rubber off one of my hydraulic hoses. It never went through the steel braid. I took it off and turned the bracket upside down, and its better, but it still rubs and is extrememly close when you curl the bucket. Has anyone had this issue? Is there a way around it? I just took it off altogether.

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    Super Star Member Egon's Avatar
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    Default Re: Bucket leve indicator interference (DX55)

    Good Move. Just another piece of metal to get caught in bushes etc.

    You may have been able to put a felible cover over your hydraulic hoses or maybe tie them back.
    Egon
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    Veteran Member daTeacha's Avatar
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    Default Re: Bucket leve indicator interference (DX55)

    Agford -- if you post the same thing in two forums, the mods will close the thread. Double posting is a no-no. Don't be offended, it's just one of the rules that is pretty strictly enforced.
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    Default Re: Bucket leve indicator interference (DX55)

    oooops.

    Can i kill the other one? I just figured same tractor, twice the response pool.

    I won't do it anymore. Thanks for the heads up.

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