O-rings and seals should be available through commercial sources like hydraulic shops, powertrain distributors and industrial supply houses, you might have to work a bit to figure out what the part is to source it through generic channels or pay someone to figure it out for you. Some parts are also easily made by a knowledgeable machinist or hydraulic repair technician. If the body is too badly scored up to seal you might have to get a hydraulic shop, machinist or knowledgeable and skilled auto restoration shop to hone & make oversized parts, hone & sleeve or hone & plate. OR there is also the salvage route, I gotta believe the way MF did things they probably used that same control valve, or one real close to it on other tractors of that era or maybe even the following generation. Sometimes the manufacturers drop parts if they're common parts and too many people look at the OEM price and go the other route for a 1/3 of the cost.
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