Has anyone installed the hose conversion kit for a 1710 four wheel drive on the primary diverter valve right under the hydraulic pump and has anyone had trouble with the hard pressure line not lining back up or fitting right?
The retrofit was not available at my local New Holland dealer. I figure it took 30 years for mine to start leaking with out the hose retrofit. Got all new o-rings, cleaned the whole mess up, and carefully aligned the valve and mounting. No leaks now for 6 months. The old o-rings all had a flat worn on either the ID or OD.
I actually had to slot the holes and drill more holes in order for it to all line back up right I m not very pleased about paying $380 with tax for something then have to do all the mods but thanks for all the help
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