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Old 04-27-2016, 03:04 PM   #1
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Hydraulic hose replacement

Have a 2006 CC magna 45 ft hose came loose while driving slide came out need to have hoses replaced anyone with knowledge of a repair shop in the west Tn. area? It is an hwh slide mechanism.

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Old 04-27-2016, 03:42 PM   #2
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Google a heavy equipment dealer or shop. They may not do it, but they dang sure will know where to get it done.

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If you remove the hose, many heavy equipment or even auto parts stores can make a new hose to match the one you bring them.

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FWIW, it might be better if you don't remove the hose before you get a new one. A trick of the trade is to use a male connector to attach a new hose to the old and then pull the new one through.

If you have no clue as to the length of hose, size of fittings, and type of hose you can attach a heavy cable to the old hose and pull the cable through and then use the cable to pull the new hose through.

This all depends on how tightly strapped the hoses are to the frame.

We used the above method to get hoses through tight spots on the mining equipment where I had worked. Saved lots of time and also keeps the new hose inside cleaner. If you don't do the above at minimum get hose plugs with the new hose to keep the inside clean, contamination is one of the hazards of changing hoses.

Do a search for hydraulic hose & fitting replacement in your area.

I just did a hose replacement on my backhoe using the old hose to pull the new hose through, I had a hose chart showing length and size so I could the hose premade before I started.
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Old 04-27-2016, 05:42 PM   #5
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I believe HWH has a listing of their certified shops on their website. I went to one in Medford, Ore. The owner told me it just meant they attended their class(es). But the advantage is they can get information back and forth easier and more rapidly then others. Or so he said.
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IMO you don't need anything more than a decent heavy truck repair facility. We had our slide hydraulic hoses replaced by a shop in Sioux Falls that had never worked on an RV before. It's not rocket science.
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Old 04-27-2016, 06:59 PM   #7
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took piece of hose to all local hose vendors no one had any thing close hwh replied to my email request they can supply the hoses as soon as I get the part # from the hoses will work toward that tomorrow thanks for the responses

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NAPA made eight new hoses for my levelers last year. They were better quality and cheaper than other places I checked.
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Old 04-28-2016, 07:55 AM   #9
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Google hose and fittings or parker.

They have stores all over the place that make while you watch.

Not cheap but good.

Can select better materials if needed.

Almost and metro area and most farming areas have mobile repairs that could fix on the road.

If you are stuck they can come out or if yiu can drive it then look for heavy equipment or forklift service places as both do this every day.

If the hose is just cut and you are traveling you may just splice it for now then when home pull hose out and get new one made.

Many options so start with a local phone book.

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