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WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses

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Gregory K. Soderberg

11-28-2003 16:53:26




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Does anybody know where I can get new Hydraulic hoses, right and left side for WD Rams?
Thanks!




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Pon

12-02-2003 07:55:51




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Mr. Gregory, typically Allis-Chalmers used two-wire hose, or two strands of steel reinforcing, while the other lower pressure systems got by with one. Chances are if you find your hoze size with two layers of steel reinforcing it's going to be all right. Thing is on hoses, as you know, it may not be just the inconvenience of the thing bursting and getting oil on everybody and everything, there is always the chance someone might be under that implement when it happened. God Bless.

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Paul (ND)

12-01-2003 18:49:16




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Please email me if you are still interested in
new hyd hoses for your WD. I had extra ones made when I restored my WD45. They are 4000 psi and look just like the originals. Paul



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Greg Soderberg

12-01-2003 19:32:40




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 Re: Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Paul (ND), 12-01-2003 18:49:16  
Paul,

Some suggest that they need to be 5000 psi. Are they the right length and thread sizes etc. for a WD? How much would you want for them?
Thank you.



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steve

11-29-2003 16:01:58




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
some NAPA dealers make hoses. You can go to CAT or JD dealer to gt hoses. Some farm stores sell hoses aleardy made. smaller hoses should automatically have a 5000 psi rating due to their small diameter. Might even get them at Northern Hydraulics.



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Pon

11-29-2003 13:34:24




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Gregory, the reason you need the higher pressure hose is because Allis-Chalmers used a higher pressure system. They used high pressure and low volume, the others used high volume and low pressure. No sense in taking a chance on getting someone hurt with inferior hose. Just get the best to start with and keep everybody safe and out of harm's way. Those tractors have a four piston pump and they don't pump much volume but they're winners for pressure. I don't know what yours is pumping of course, but the book lists a top pop-off pressure of as much as 3,700 psi and that's formidable pressure. God Bless.

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Nathan (SD)

11-29-2003 08:36:27




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Common 2500psi hose should work unless your tractor is like new yet then you might have trouble.



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Pon

11-28-2003 19:57:24




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Gregory, just be sure you specify the double strands of wire in the hose, and tell them what it's going on. Allis-
Chalmers used lots more pressure than the others. Their systems produce up to around 3,700 psi. A WD will pop hoses for lower pressure systems like pop corn. God Bless.



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JMS/MN

11-28-2003 19:17:05




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 Re: WD Ram Hydraulic Hoses in reply to Gregory K. Soderberg, 11-28-2003 16:53:26  
Any implement dealer should be able to reproduce them.



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