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5000 Remote Banjo Fittings - Where to find

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02-23-2020 11:01:44

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Still working on the 5000, getting closer to ending the removal of stuff portion of the job and hope to be starting the putting back together part soon. Was planning on getting new remote hoses made up, but with the hoses off the two bottom banjo fittings need to be replaced. When looking at Messick's online I see you can get the whole hose assembly from $140-$210, which seems a bit steep. Any leads on where to find the banjo fittings alone, will a good hydraulic hose maker have them in stock or am I stuck with having to get from my local dealer? Below is the exploded view with the part in question circled in red in two locations.

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02-23-2020 13:16:21

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 Re: 5000 Remote Banjo Fittings - Where to find in reply to jmandrze, 02-23-2020 11:01:44  
replace with orb hydraulic fittings and they work fine.

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02-23-2020 17:02:06

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 Re: 5000 Remote Banjo Fittings - Where to find in reply to sotxbill, 02-23-2020 13:16:21  
Yep, that's what I've done on the last couple I've replaced. Easier to work with than banjo bolts, IMHO.

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02-23-2020 11:27:53

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 Re: 5000 Remote Banjo Fittings - Where to find in reply to jmandrze, 02-23-2020 11:01:44  
My hometown Napa store makes a lot of hoses and had them in stock so I'd guess any good hydraulic hose place can. Also the CNH dealer could get them.
Both places sold just the fitting with NPT female threads so I could buy premade hoses anywhere.

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