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    Veteran Member MESSMAKER's Avatar
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    Default Hydro Hose replacement

    I seem to pop a hose every year or two and have always gotten a new one from the local tractor dealer. They were out of fittings the other day so I went up the road to NAPA and gave them a try. $57 dollars later I had a new hose for exactly twice what I had paid at the dealer last time. Where do you get Your hoses?

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    Default Re: Hydro Hose replacement

    Motor Supply in my area has everything, there hoses are better than the dealers for almost half the cost.

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    Default Re: Hydro Hose replacement

    Go to phone book and look for shops that specialize in hydraulic repairs... Was never impresses with NAPA...

    Dale

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    Default Re: Hydro Hose replacement

    I go to a local hydraulic fittings shop for stuff like that. Custom hoses there cost about 25% more than DiscountHydraulicHose.com after taking shipping into account.

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    Default Re: Hydro Hose replacement

    What kind of fittings do we have on our hoses?

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    Default Re: Hydro Hose replacement

    Quote Originally Posted by MESSMAKER View Post
    What kind of fittings do we have on our hoses?
    That's exactly why I've taken all my leaking hoses (about 4 or 5 since 2009) to the local Colliflower hydraulic store. I put it down on the counter, he picks it up, does some magic, I give him some money and I'm done. I think once I had to wait for another customer.
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