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Hydraulic inlet tube elbow?

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BobReeves

06-11-2017 12:21:01




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Anyone know how the inlet tube elbow in the rear end that holds the tube from the pump is held into the case. Parts only shows an O-ring. I thought it might just be a slip fit like the tube but it doesn't seem to want to pop out of the rear end.

Hoping it isn't held in with a clip or something on the inside that can only be removed through the top cover.




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Ultradog MN

06-11-2017 12:54:33




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 Re: Hydraulic inlet tube elbow? in reply to BobReeves, 06-11-2017 12:21:01  
third party image

It screws in.



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BobReeves

06-13-2017 07:42:30




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 Re: Hydraulic inlet tube elbow? in reply to Ultradog MN, 06-11-2017 12:54:33  
Exactly what I needed to know, thanks.

Might as well be held in by something under the cover, you can't unscrew it without first removing the brake and clutch cross shafts. That O-Ring can wait until I have to rebuild the cover.



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BobReeves

06-11-2017 12:23:06




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 Re: Hydraulic inlet tube elbow? in reply to BobReeves, 06-11-2017 12:21:01  
Probably should have said it's a 3600...



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