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Re: 50 Series Hydraulic Hoses/Setup for Couplers

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B A Star

07-11-2013 15:56:45

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   The new tractors did not have the hoses and couplers installed at the factory.   The outlets had plugs installed.  The hoses and couplers came in a box as a package.  I probably installed 50 of them when I worked for a dealer some 50 years ago, don"t remember the length of the hoses.  Perhaps the original selling dealer made up his own plumbing.

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07-11-2013 21:06:39

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 Re: 50 Series Hydraulic Hoses/Setup for Couplers in reply to B A Star, 07-11-2013 15:56:45  

Thanks for the interesting comments. Didn't realize thats how the factory shipped them. While we are on the subject, have always been curious as I see this style of coupler bracket on some Olivers but not all. Was this standard equipment or an option some dealers used or only on certain models.

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J. Schwiebert

07-12-2013 04:43:47

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 Re: 50 Series Hydraulic Hoses/Setup for Couplers in reply to ollie770, 07-11-2013 21:06:39  
They were an option for a few years. Also remember another reason you find the longer hoses is that they could be positioned forward for front mounted implements like drive in cultivators. For a few years on the 50 series they had an optional coupler that would couple under pressure. If I remember right they were an Areoquip manufactured coupler. I can think of at least 3 different couplers used on the 50 series.

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