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Re: Deere 2010 - Blown hose under cowling. Pls help id

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The Famous Grouse

06-09-2020 18:11:34

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Sorry, now the rest of the photos. Screwdriver tip shows location of the split in hose.

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The Famous Grouse

06-16-2020 13:48:40

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 Re: Deere 2010 - Blown hose under cowling. Pls help id in reply to jCarroll, 06-09-2020 18:11:34  
Update. Got the other end of the hose off yesterday. It turned out not to be too bad. A crowfoot wrench and indexing ratchet did the trick.

I elected to have a local hydraulic hose company make me a new assembly for $85 rather than paying almost $200 for the Deere OEM. Of course the new one isn't painted green...

Thanks to wire out and all the others who responded with help. Now I just have to get it all back together again.


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The Famous Grouse

06-10-2020 10:54:28

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 Re: Deere 2010 - Blown hose under cowling. Pls help id in reply to MSD, 06-09-2020 18:11:34  
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I'm following you now. I have to get that inspection cover off and get the other 1/3 of the hose out there so I can see if I can get somebody to make me a setup.

I guess I've paid more for less, so if I have to buy OEM...

Now let's see if i can get to that fitting... Many thanks, really appreciate it!


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wore out

06-09-2020 22:01:30

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 Re: Deere 2010 - Blown hose under cowling. Pls help id in reply to The Famous Grouse, 06-09-2020 18:11:34  
Pry off the round inspection cover beneath where the line enters the clutch housing and you will be able to see where the "power steering supply line" (AKA power steering pressure line) connects to the hydraulic pump cleverly hidden in the clutch housing!

Hose is Key # 36 at the link below. (AT16192, about $165.00!)

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wore out

06-09-2020 22:08:24

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 Re: Deere 2010 - Blown hose under cowling. Pls help id in reply to wore out, 06-09-2020 22:01:30  
Trying link again.

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