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MF 20 Ind Power Steer Hose Leak

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DougH - MF 20 Ind

02-18-2021 09:18:15




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I have a power steering hose to the steering column that is leaking on the hose side of a crimped fitting right out of the crimp. Has anyone ever tried to have a hose re-crimped? It is a hose with metal tube extensions and $140 for a new one so they are available if there isnt a cheaper fix.

Thanks ahead of time,

Doug.




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MkinON

02-18-2021 09:42:05




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 Re: MF 20 Ind Power Steer Hose Leak in reply to DougH - MF 20 Ind, 02-18-2021 09:18:15  
Yes, get a new one made. If access at the control unit is tight, you might be able to have the shop cut the pipe end off and have a new hose crimped on. It's also possible to have a new pipe portion made up to put on the end of a new hose, depending on the shop you take it to.



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lugnuts2030

02-18-2021 09:28:55




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 Re: MF 20 Ind Power Steer Hose Leak in reply to DougH - MF 20 Ind, 02-18-2021 09:18:15  
I suggest to take hose off and have a shop make a new hose. Usually repairing a old hyd hose will be short lived.



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