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Re: Hydraulic Accessory Plate - O RINGS?
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agree that if you get the proper size and material, an o-ring is an o-ring.
I get my Ford hydraulic stuff o-rings from my CNH.
on the shelf, and I like to do a little business there to keep a good relationship with them, in case I need something offbeat.
(and o-rings are one of the few things I can afford there!)
I do keep an eye on their parts though, seems same part as every place else lately, in a CNH bag.
o-rings have the same problem as everything else nowadays.
quality -import- is slipping. too soft, break in your hand, junk.
one of my previous jobs was as a serviceman on vacuum tester
machines for auto air conditioner condensors. lots of o-rings that go on and off hundreds of times..
Don't know where they got them, but they were GOOD stuff......
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