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Blasted quick disconnects for remote hydraulics...

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08-14-2014 12:25:24

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I've got an '86 5610 that I've been installing an older Ford 727 loader on. It has been a direct bolt up so far, and I had some custom hoses made to plug the hydraulic lines into the quick disconnects for the remote hydraulics at the rear of the tractor.

Now I am having a helluva time getting the lift cylinder line to stay in the quick connect behind and to the left of the driver's seat. After quite a bit of profanity, I got the tilt cylinder to work as it should, but the lift line will not stay in place, and keeps popping out when a bit of pressure is applied.

Are these quick connects known for not locking down? I see they have the ring of ball bearings to engage the channel cut into the male insert. Am I doing something wrong?

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08-14-2014 13:53:49

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 Re: Blasted quick disconnects for remote hydraulics... in reply to ppillard, 08-14-2014 12:25:24  

Pull the rubber caps off and make sure there isn't a bunch of crud inside that might be hanging things up. Also check that the outer retaining nut #1 or #3 has not backed itself out of the main body. If it has, carefully thread it back in with a channel locks until it bottoms.

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08-14-2014 14:32:11

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 Re: Blasted quick disconnects for remote hydraulics... in reply to Bern, 08-14-2014 13:53:49  
Wow! Thanks Bern!! Good data, I'll dive right in!

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08-14-2014 12:38:22

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 Re: Blasted quick disconnects for remote hydraulics... in reply to ppillard, 08-14-2014 12:25:24  
Here they are:

This post was edited by ppillard at 12:40:09 08/14/14.

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robert major

08-14-2014 12:32:09

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 Re: Blasted quick disconnects for remote hydraulics... in reply to ppillard, 08-14-2014 12:25:24  
Hi If they are the type that has an outer ring you move to put the end in Make sure when the fitting is in, the lock ring is all the way back out. Could be crud in the fitting not letting it lock properly. have seen them where pressure in the line wont let them seat properly and they blow out also, as the ring don"t lock right .
Regards Robert

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