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1975 Ford 550 TLB

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Tom in Mo.

08-16-2018 17:01:22

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I just had to post this picture that I have seen so many times. I bet I've changed almost all the hoses on the old girl after this one. I've done it so many times, I can split the backhoe from the main tractor in 15 minutes.
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08-17-2018 18:57:50

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 Re: 1975 Ford 550 TLB in reply to Tom in Mo., 08-16-2018 17:01:22  
I had a leaking hose on my 755 TLB. It went from the valve under the operator station to the boom. There are six hoses crowded in the backhoe swivel joint. Real tight quarters. I was going to change all six as a couple of them you could see the braiding. But it was such a PITA to get the leaking one out I decided "if it ain't broke don't fix it". I expect I'll be doing the other ones in a year or two.

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Tom in Mo.

08-17-2018 05:03:41

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 Re: 1975 Ford 550 TLB in reply to Tom in Mo., 08-16-2018 17:01:22  
Already had that in mind. Thanks. There is only two left.

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08-16-2018 22:27:15

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 Re: 1975 Ford 550 TLB in reply to Tom in Mo., 08-16-2018 17:01:22  
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Sean in PA

08-16-2018 18:26:42

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 Re: 1975 Ford 550 TLB in reply to Tom in Mo., 08-16-2018 17:01:22  
Next time you have it apart, why not replace all of the ones that you haven't replaced so far, not just the one that's leaking now?

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