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acfarmer
Having trouble finding male hydraulic quick disconnects for the front blade on a 9020 to fit the female ones on the tractor.Tried a set off a JD 400 but even though they are the 1/4 inch size they're a little big.What do I need?

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AcFordHawk
Check out www.oemsurplus911.com, they have a Bruning D202 male end listed and by the pic looks like the match to the D201 female coupler. No price list but looks like 134 on hand.

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