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    Default Hydraulic leaks

    What is the best way to deal new hydraulic hoses on an old front loader? Mine always seem to leak.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    check with the hydraulic forum above.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    What do you mean? I got a new hose made at the auto parts store last week with new fittings. Even without installing new orings there were no leaks. Is the shop making your new hoses not properly crimping the ends? Or do your hoses use band clamps?

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    Welcome aboard.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    You haven't given us quite enough information. Where exactly is the leak? If it's at a threaded connection, what type of connection is it?

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    to TBN!

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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    WELCOME to TBN

    I moved your thread to the Hydraulics Forum.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    What kind of fitting are on the hoses?

    NPT, JIC, etc
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    Default Re: Hydraulic leaks

    I'll bet he has NPT threads and after multiple asembly/disasembly they no longer seal.
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