It is a the standard unit put on most 7710's. It is not an aftermarket unit. It is obvious that Rod understands what I am talking about. The fellow that posted about his 8700 doesn't understand, because that is a totally different system. I understand that there may be a leverless unit available. I don't know if some had the leverless unit from the factory or if that was something that you could buy to upgrade. I am going to see my dealer this afternoon. He is the one that referred to this as an "engineered unit". I would rather spend money on an upgraded unit than spend $400 plus to buy four new couplers for this unit.
Re: Ford 7710 remote hyraulics in reply to gleanerguy, 11-16-2012 13:52:10
The leverless couplers were simply a point in time change that came along in the mid 90"s... perhaps when they realized the problems with the lever type couplers as they aged. As far as I know you can"t get the barrells for the lever type any more.
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