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Re: New Hydrulic Couplings for 706
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Luckily the 706 has an open center hydraulic system.
Cmore, if you have to spray fluid all over, then you are trying to hook them up under pressure. A few extra seconds relieving pressure before you unhook will save you tons of time hooking back up.
I learned right quick the first time I unhooked the disk in the field to go get fuel without floating the hydraulics first. Dad was not a happy camper when I couldn't get hooked back up, and cussed me out pretty good.
The 706 has a "float" position for the hydraulics, one notch past "down" with the lever all the way forward... So you don't have to shut the tractor off if you don't want to.
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