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3400 Hyd Compession Fitting

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KV Bruce

11-22-2019 07:16:52




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1970 3400; The hyd compression fitting at the pump started leaking again. I loosened the nut and pushed the tube back in but this time it will not stay in. This has happened before and I have had luck reinstalling. I understand the fitting is expensive at the Ford dealer but only around $10 on this site and on EBay. The EBay and Amazon reviews are not good. Has anyone used the fitting from this site and is there any special precautions I should observed during installation? As usual, your experienced consideration is greatly appreciated.

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Ultradog MN

11-22-2019 12:12:29




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 Re: 3400 Hyd Compession Fitting in reply to KV Bruce, 11-22-2019 07:16:52  
Buy it from New Holland.
There have been several posts about the cheap nut from this and other sites that does not hold.
It does not have the metal washer that crimps onto the tube and blows off immediately.
If you have the correct type on it now DO NOT work it back and forth to get the metal washer off. That will eat away at the OD of the tube and make it undersize so a new $40 nut will not hold either and you'll need a new $100? tube as well. To get the washer off carefully cut or grind it off.

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hurleyjd

11-22-2019 08:29:15




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 Re: 3400 Hyd Compession Fitting in reply to KV Bruce, 11-22-2019 07:16:52  
Looks like the fitting is around $6 plus on this site. I think I would risk it and see if it works. Nothing ventured nothing gained.



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Sean in PA

11-22-2019 08:21:04




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 Re: 3400 Hyd Compession Fitting in reply to KV Bruce, 11-22-2019 07:16:52  
Is this for the side mounted hydraulic pump for the 3 point lift, or the front mounted pump for the loader?



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KV Bruce

11-22-2019 08:59:25




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 Re: 3400 Hyd Compession Fitting in reply to Sean in PA, 11-22-2019 08:21:04  
The fitting in question is for the side mounted pump for the three point lift.



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