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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Sources for replacement hyd. hoses

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Oldfarmboy Jim

08-12-2003 23:19:35




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I've been bringing a TD340 w/Drott 4-n-1 back to life after sitting over 5 years. She'll start up now and idle smoothly, the other day I adjusted the steering clutches and brakes so she'll also go, stop and turn. While testing out the drive mechanism, three hyd. hoses burst withiin about three minutes. From your various experiences, what is the best source of replacement hoses. There's a "Hose Pros" nearby, MF/Cub Cadet dealer about 20 miles away, a Case dealer, and an equipment rental/sales place that said they can fabricate hoses. Are hyd. systems standarized enough that I could go into a shop with one of the burst hoses and have them pull a replacement off the shelf? I've been away from the farm for thirty four years and can't recall ever having to replace a hyd. hose. Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge and experience, Jim

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Oldfarmboy Jim

08-13-2003 11:46:45




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 Re: Sources for replacement hyd. hoses in reply to Oldfarmboy Jim, 08-12-2003 23:19:35  
Thanks guys, for the great responses. Between this forum and the Tractor Talk forum, I got all the info I asked for. I hadn't thought about the pressure relief valve sticking and being the cause of the hoses bursting. This TD340 is a 1960 model and all the hoses except two look like they are original equipment, though. I'll check the output pressure and then visit a few shops. As I told the guys on the Tractor Talk Forum, I'm glad YTMAG gives us these discussion forums to share the straight skinny on. They can really save you money and headaches. Jim

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Jim

08-13-2003 05:13:22




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 Re: Sources for replacement hyd. hoses in reply to Oldfarmboy Jim, 08-12-2003 23:19:35  
I've had to replace various hose on my 310 and 2135 and have used NAPA as well as local Case dealer. They worked fine, however I found a hose shop outside Philly that was less than half the cost and ordered my last four hoses from them and did it all by email and the service was exceptional and they fit perfectly. I'll pass their email or phone along if you're interested.



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Brad

08-13-2003 03:52:24




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 Re: Sources for replacement hyd. hoses in reply to Oldfarmboy Jim, 08-12-2003 23:19:35  
I've had to replace hoses on both by Case 310 and my old Ford tractor, and I've used different sources. The local Case dealer made the hose for the 310, and a local equipment repair shop made the hoses for the tractor. I've not had any problems with the quality of either. If you can take the old hose in, most any place that makes hoses can make you a new one. The quality of the fittings may be an issue, though, as pointed out in another reply. For that reason, you may be better off going to the hose pros. Brad

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Gary in Geneva

08-13-2003 03:45:22




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 Re: Sources for replacement hyd. hoses in reply to Oldfarmboy Jim, 08-12-2003 23:19:35  
I went to a hydraulic hose place in my area. They can make up just about anything you need from their stock while you wait. Most NAPA parts places can make hoses also but the quality of the fittings and selection are not as good in my opinion.



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