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Last year in th fall my b112 gave my left leg a bath in piping hot hydraulic oil. This spring I decided to take the hydraulics apart, repair, and replace. Toward that end I want to say THANK YOU to the Daddycat for his post on how to do so. Interestingly, I had to go to four places to find one that would make the hydraulic hoses for me. It seems the original ends are no longer available. I'm missing a plunger, but I assume it will show up when the valve body finishes soaking in cleaner. The other one came out easily.

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