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Ford Hydraulic Fittings

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David Garrelts

07-16-2008 17:52:02

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I am trying to buy an adapter to go from cylinders with John Deere tips to my ford 6610. Does anyone know what style the ford female fittings are?


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07-18-2008 06:07:55

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 Re: Ford Hydraulic Fittings in reply to David Garrelts, 07-16-2008 17:52:02  
Is i.s.o different from pioneer fittings? I tried my pioneer fittings on my 10' disc the other night, they seem to work ok. Haven't really loaded them yet with the wood splitter. Female fittings i had on other rigs had a collar you pushed reaward to intall the male fitting, does ford not have that collar now, or is my 6610 missing something? Haven't recieved operators manual yet.

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07-18-2008 06:47:09

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 Re: Ford Hydraulic Fittings in reply to Junkman, 07-18-2008 06:07:55  
Pioneer tips work OK with Fords, but there is a similar tip that will flow more. Has a flat tip compared to the ball on the Pioneer. Can't remember the number for it, but just about any place that sells tips will have them. Even JD dealers.

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07-16-2008 18:04:16

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 Re: Ford Hydraulic Fittings in reply to David Garrelts, 07-16-2008 17:52:02  

international standards org..

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