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    Default Banjo bolt needed

    Three years ago I had my neighbour remove the remotes mounted on the fender of my Bolens G174 because they were in the way and I had no use for them. This week I tried to put the unit back on and discovered I have lost a critical banjo bolt, the one with a 7/8" wide shoulder which goes through the end of the oil line from the hydraulic pump at the front of the tractor.

    I have spent a day searching by Internet, phone, and counter-leaning while guys look through catalogues. Nothing has worked, though one guy found a fitting which fits the hole in the rectangular piece of metal correctly. All I need is a banjo bolt in that end thread with another 7/8" of shoulder about 16 mm wide.


    The good news is that I don't need the remotes urgently. I can use the kubota on the dump trailer, but I'd prefer the Bolens for firewood hauling.

    Can anybody help me out?






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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Without a bolt diameter it's hard to know just what you need.

    Do any of these 8-10- or 12 mm diameter bolts work for your application. (assuming metric)
    List: Banjo Bolt | O'Reilly Auto Parts

    or

    1 2 BSP Imperial BANJO Bolt Single Fitting

    A guy with a lathe could make one, but time is never cheap. I would make it if I needed one.

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Check on Ebay, I found the banjo fittings I needed for a project there when I couldn't find them anywhere else.

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    This is from Amazon's supply site:

    Search for banjo bolt | AmazonSupply.com
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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Quote Originally Posted by CalG View Post
    Without a bolt diameter it's hard to know just what you need.

    Do any of these 8-10- or 12 mm diameter bolts work for your application. (assuming metric)
    List: Banjo Bolt | O'Reilly Auto Parts

    or

    1 2 BSP Imperial BANJO Bolt Single Fitting

    A guy with a lathe could make one, but time is never cheap. I would make it if I needed one.

    The shiny fitting in one photo attached to the original article fits properly in a threaded hole (shallow, fine metric threads) I measured at about 12 mm. With threads I'd think it's 13 mm. (I added the plastic wrapper with its codes, but I don't understand them.) The banjo ending on the tube from the pump is about 16 mm, so the shoulder of the BB needs to be at least 16 mm in diameter to fit into the hole. The banjo's 7/8" wide, so with that and 3/8" penetration into the threaded part, I'm looking for a 1 1/4" bolt, plus the head. Some of the Amazon products look to be the right shape, but I can't yet tell if they're the correct thread and size.

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    You need two banjo bolts, on in the oil line from pump
    and one that bolts that manifold to the valve control assembly.
    You should have one that is currently holding oil line from pump to valve
    control assembly. try this part number at a
    massey ferguson dealer # 3702569m1
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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Quote Originally Posted by fxrs55 View Post
    You need two banjo bolts, on in the oil line from pump
    and one that bolts that manifold to the valve control assembly.
    You should have one that is currently holding oil line from pump to valve
    control assembly. try this part number at a
    massey ferguson dealer # 3702569m1
    The bolt in your photo is definitely the one I need. I tried "3702569m1" on every parts site I could find without success. Other suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Rod

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Make one. Take another one off your tractor somewhere else. Identify its length, diameter and thread count. Check to see if it fits correctly. Buy a bolt at your hardware store. You will also probably need a copper washer, you can get that at the hardware store. Drill the necessary holes like your example and you can install it. This bolt is probably metric but the copper gasket doesn't have to be if it fits.

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod in Forfar View Post
    The bolt in your photo is definitely the one I need. I tried "3702569m1" on every parts site I could find without success. Other suggestions?
    I found it on a UK site, but it looks like the wrong one.
    Their picture of the part:
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    Site: http://www.massey-parts.co.uk/index....9m1&act=Search

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    Default Re: Banjo bolt needed

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    I found it on a UK site, but it looks like the wrong one.
    Their picture of the part:
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    Site: http://www.massey-parts.co.uk/index....9m1&act=Search

    Aaron Z
    Aaron:

    Nice save! You're quite right that it is the wrong part. The one I need has a large head, a shoulder 16 mm wide and 7/8" long and a short threaded area about 13 mm in diameter.

    Thanks,

    Rod

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