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piping up back-hoe 3400

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Steve-Maine

07-16-2020 16:36:56




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I have an older Ford 3400 with backup that is piped diretly to tractor, no quick connects. the back hoe return, no pressure has 1 1/4" on backhoe and 1" on tractor. Will that make any difference as no pressure. I am going to change to quick connects. Thanks




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mikewood869

07-17-2020 06:27:19




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 Re: piping up back-hoe 3400 in reply to Steve-Maine, 07-16-2020 16:36:56  
For mine 4500, when one of the feed hoses broke, someone used hose clamps and a pipe to put it back together. I ended up finding a big bolt and shove it into the hose when not in use or connect the lines together.



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Sean in PA

07-17-2020 04:43:42




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 Re: piping up back-hoe 3400 in reply to Steve-Maine, 07-16-2020 16:36:56  
If it's been that way and the backhoe has been working without overheating the fluid then it should be fine. I assume that there is some kind of adapter currently that is reducing the larger fitting to fit the smaller line. You will need to do something similar when you install the quick disconnects as the two sides of the quick disconnect themselves need to be the same size, so I would go with a QD made for the larger size line and use an adapter between the smaller line and the QD.

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