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    Platinum Member chevy's Avatar
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    Mar 2003
    East Central, Indiana
    John Deere 4120 John Deere 1026R

    Default Re: Quick connect couplings leaking

    I finally got time to get the 32246 O rings. It was a very easy change & that solved the leak.
    John Deere 2025R, H130 Loader, 62D Mower Deck, John Deere 655 Tiller, Front Grader Blade, Frontier LR2072 Landscape Rake, Frontier Pallet Forks, Woods GB60 Box Blade
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    425 AWS, 455, 4400, 2210, 4710, 2320, 2720, X475, 1026R, 4120

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    Gold Member smalltown's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Western Maine
    2011, JD 2520

    Default Re: Quick connect couplings leaking

    Glad that worked out for you!

    See I am good for something
    62D MMM, 200CX loader, iMatch Quick Hitch, Ballast Box, #46 Backhoe

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