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Old 05-30-2021, 03:36 PM   #15
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I looked at those fittings and they never had any that were specifically for the hose type Parker used. Crimp fittings only.
There might be some that fit but they were not rated for the hose.
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Old 05-31-2021, 08:39 AM   #16
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I looked at those fittings and they never had any that were specifically for the hose type Parker used. Crimp fittings only.
There might be some that fit but they were not rated for the hose.
I saw it was a years old post... but since I had an issue with the 3/4" 2wire hyd hose back by the transmission on the exact same coach this past week.. it had rubbed a hole in the line where it was secured to the frame rail, I was searching for "like" situations, I was on the side of the interstate making repairs, a simple repair IF you know what parts you need... I happen to have over 30yrs with heavy construction equipment... so I knew exactly what parts I needed and how to apply them, (i assume most wouldn't and it would cost days and $$$) for me it was a 200 mile round trip for the needed parts, and $250 ($50 was for a 4.25" grinder and cut off wheel) most auto parts stores that make hyd hoses do not even know that field applied reusable high pressure fittings are even a thing... cheers

BUT i'm new to the NewMar and have your exact coach this was on my return trip from it's purchase... so I have read many of your posts... with great interest.
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