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09-03-2016 15:26:33

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I don't want to beat this subject to death but,I have a 901 selecto-speed do you suppose I could split behind the transmission and work from manifold end . I'm not comfortable removing trans by myself (71 yrs old) or could I work from manifold end without splitting. thanks for any info I can get.

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09-05-2016 04:47:49

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 Re: 901 Hydraulic tubes in reply to John(OR), 09-03-2016 15:26:33  
I'm not familiar with a 901 but if it's like the 801 there is no need for a split. Just remove the manifold and run a 7'16 tap in there as deep as it will go. Screw in a piece of all thread, slip on a pipe nipple, a washer and a nut and pull it out when you tighten the nut. After about 3/4 of an inch it will be free.

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09-05-2016 15:15:04

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 Re: 901 Hydraulic tubes in reply to M-MAN, 09-05-2016 04:47:49  
Thanks sounds simple enough, when I put new one in how do I know the other end is going where it is supposed too ?

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