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Old 05-10-2013, 08:12 PM   #1
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Hydraulic Line Busted

Yep the line has to be replaced. It is the hydraulic line for the level system.
Where do we get these lines at?
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:47 PM   #2
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Yep the line has to be replaced. It is the hydraulic line for the level system.
Where do we get these lines at?
You can contact the mfg of the leveling system or, remove the line and take it to anyone who sells or works on hydraulic equipment.
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But your leg must be "up", is that correcT?
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In a powergear system, with the jacks down, the system is under pressure. So you don't want to remove a line with them down. If that's what you were asking.
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Locally, remove the line. Most shops that service hydraulic equipment (tractors, skid-steers, etc) can build a new line if you bring in the fittings for them to match.
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I will go to the local tractor farm equipment store. We have many! Thanks!
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IF we're talking about tractor supply, they probably won't have it. You're looking for a hydraulic hose store. If you can't find one, call a shop that services tractors and construction equipment, they'll give you a referral.
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