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karlh

11-09-2010 06:50:55




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When you installed the loader valve on your 970. The line that you tapped into fed your remotes. Mine has been replaced with a rubber hose that is about wore out (where it makes the bend to hook into the remote valve) so I bought the metal one from case...I thought it would have rubber in the middle, but it came solid metal tubing. Was yours solid tubing and if so how did you plumb your valve? I was going to cut a chunk out and put fittings on both pieces to run a hose to and from the valve, but no one in the local area can flare tubing that large..... any suggestions?

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caseman-d

11-10-2010 06:48:25




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 Re: Paging DKase in reply to karlh, 11-09-2010 06:50:55  
Case used to always put a part number on one end of the hose (a little metal band). You may want to go onto the case web site and make sure you have the right tube. It surprises me how many times a customer will say, that looks like it and to find out it's not it. Hoses and tubes can always be a challenge at times. The newer ones are even worse.
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karlh

11-10-2010 11:24:29




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 Re: Paging DKase in reply to caseman-d, 11-10-2010 06:48:25  
The p/n for the metal/rubber tube that came as orinigal equipment superseedes to the all metal tube....i think i may have found someone who can cut it and flare it so I can plumb in a valve



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DKase

11-09-2010 10:28:43




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 Re: Paging DKase in reply to karlh, 11-09-2010 06:50:55  
That was 20+ years ago. I will look at the tractor and see if it brings back memories. Will try to post later tonight. DK



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DKase

11-10-2010 06:06:40




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 Re: Paging DKase in reply to DKase, 11-09-2010 10:28:43  
Sorry I did not get back to this last night. Got tied up in a FEMA meeting as a township supervisor. I looked this morning. The line from the pump on mine is steel to the cab mount, and hose from there. I had the fitting on the end of the hose changed to fit my valve. The line and the hose still have the original paint on them. If your new line cannot be modified I am sure a hose could be made for less $ than the line cost you. Good Luck DK

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karlh

11-10-2010 09:33:41




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 Re: Paging DKase in reply to DKase, 11-10-2010 06:06:40  
Thanks for your help I hope to have a valve on the tractor soon!



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