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Old 09-19-2018, 07:03 PM   #1
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Hydraulic slide hoses leak

I own 2003 Beaver Monterey I had a hydraulic leak in a hose that operates passenger side slide. I was able to replace both hoses that operates that cylinder do to poor conditions I wanted to replace the driver side hoses, also I was able to get to one hose&replace it that's located on the front of cylinder but the hose that goes to the back of the cylinder is completely hidden by.the frame& water tank, plus tank insulation. Has anyone had this problem&how to deal with it??? Thanks
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Old 09-19-2018, 07:31 PM   #2
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Unbolt the old hose and reroute the new hose as best you can. No way to route the new hose in the original factory route because of all the other hoses and electrical in the very same space. Thats the way mine was done. You can either plug old line and tire up and out of the way and just leave it where it is, as I did.
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Unbolt the old hose and reroute the new hose as best you can. No way to route the new hose in the original factory route because of all the other hoses and electrical in the very same space. Thats the way mine was done. You can either plug old line and tire up and out of the way and just leave it where it is, as I did.
I have done that on 3 lines, but one. Driver side cylinder but end where hose end bolts in go through frame through small hole to the inside of the frame where water tank sit below up against the inside frame and up against the floor. I can't even see where hose screws inn to the cylinder, and that's the problem
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On our 2008, I had to use a cold chisel to cut the tack welds on a panel between the tank and cargo frame. I could then slide the sheet metal panel of of the way to reach that final connection.
I have long arms and it was a stretch for me to reach.
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On our 2008, I had to use a cold chisel to cut the tack welds on a panel between the tank and cargo frame. I could then slide the sheet metal panel of of the way to reach that final connection.
I have long arms and it was a stretch for me to reach.
Do you mean sheet metal panel that covers water tank
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I have long arms and it was a stretch for me to reach.
I guess that makes you a knuckle dragger?

Sorry Jake I couldn't resist..........

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Mine might be different. See where I am pointing in the pic? That metal panel. I could even access from underneath.Click image for larger version

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I guess that makes you a knuckle dragger?

Sorry Jake I couldn't resist..........

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That is different than mine
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That is different than mine
The tanks might be placed different. But that was the only access I could find. The panel goes almost full width.
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The tanks might be placed different. But that was the only access I could find. The panel goes almost full width.
Quite different my tank has a shell of insulation that's but up right against frame, I thank you for your reply
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