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International 350 Utility Hydraulic Hose Replacement

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03-17-2018 13:50:59

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I need to replace a couple hydraulic lines on my 350 Utility, but want to make sure I do it correctly. I have couplings that look like the ones pictured here. Am I correct that my hydraulic line's 1/2" pipe thread end screws into the bottom of this? I have tried to remove this coupling from the existing hose, but it's on there awfully tight. I'm thinking I might have to put it into a vise to get it off, but want to make sure I won't destroy something if I do, and that I don't have to just get a new fitting to attach to the hose. If the latter, what fitting to I need - what's this called? And when I attach the hose to it, do I need any teflon tape or anything to seal it?

Thanks for any help!


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Phil Tibbetts

03-19-2018 20:14:04

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 Re: International 350 Utility Hydraulic Hose Replacement in reply to DougieD, 03-17-2018 13:50:59  
Also if they are regular pipe threads I would use hydraulic sealant or Teflon paste, don't like to use the tape on hydraulics. It can really cause problems if it gets lodged in a valve or pump. IMO

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Phil Tibbetts

03-19-2018 20:09:29

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 Re: International 350 Utility Hydraulic Hose Replacement in reply to DougieD, 03-17-2018 13:50:59  
If I am reading correctly you want to remove the left half from the right half. If so I would use 2 deep 6 point sockets and a long ratchet or breaker bar on each. That should prevent any damage that might be done by putting them in a vise. IMO

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