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Old 01-06-2022, 06:26 PM   #1
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HWH hose ends

Anyone know what size the hwh hose ends are? I have a fitting leaking going into the pump manifold. Think I may have a hose made before taking this one off. I know it’s an 04 sized hose, 1/4”i.d. Figured I could probably have one made locally quicker than getting one from hwh.
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This might help. I'd suggest replacing all your hoses. they are likely 20 years old and are past their shelf life. If one is leaking, the others won't be far behind.

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Thanks. Several have been replaced, including this one.
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Old 01-07-2022, 11:35 AM   #4
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Is the leak on the hose side of the fitting or where the fitting connects to the manifold? If the latter, a slight twist of a wrench may stop the leak. I had a leak at the cylinder in the battery bay that was stopped with a little tightening of the fitting.

It is also important to replace a hose with one that is, as close as possible to, the same length of the original.
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Hose side of the swivel, of course......... and of course, I had to mess with it. Made it worse, lol. This one comes off the back of the lower manifold, and goes to the ram in the basement, passenger side. I don’t even know what this ram does, as it isn’t hooked to anything. Synchro ram?
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Picture please-- many of us have "been there, done that".
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I think the cylinder you’re seeing along the frame rail in the basement on the PS is the equalizing cylinder for the living room slide.
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Any good hydraulic shop can make a new hose for you, just bring them the old one. Yes, make it exactly the same length, as I believe it goes to the slide equalizer cylinder.
Parker Super Tough "No Skieve" two wire hose is a good choice.
If you don't have a decent hydraulic shop near you look to see if there's a Pirtek mobile hydraulic service near you. They can make new hoses on the spot. Good luck.
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