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    Default BH 65 hydraulic hose

    Hello everyone.
    When the BH65 backhoe has been removed, the tractor's outlet hose is connected to the coupler of the inlet hose.
    My question/concern is that this "looped" hose could be easily damaged.
    I was wondering if anyone else has this concern and/or a solution to provide protection to this "weak link" ?

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    Kubota B3030HSDC

    Default Re: BH 65 hydraulic hose

    Tuck it, or bungee cord it out of the way. Mine is long enough to work one end behind my SMV placard bracket before i connect the ends..... keeping it held up out of harms way.

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