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isetta

Did they break during use Lloyd? On a blade or rear lift? Guessing it was on a front blade where the hose might be exposed to movement from snow and ice? Your pic looks like a cast elbow and broke off threads right at the cylinder is that right. I will check mine to see what fitting is there.

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isetta

They look like they would be stronger than the black pipe style fittings. I bought several hydraulic hose fittings from Surplus Center and Discount Hydraulic hose with good results

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720nut

Rick one fitting is like yours but yes the one I broke yesterday Is black pipe Never had a problem with it before was always the ram end.

I don't have hose ends like yours so I've got to use a couple of fittings to get clearance

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Mike_H

Check the pressure rating of black pipe...I don't think its strong enough for hydraulic fitting use. We were just talking about that at work the other day. Tractor Supply or Family Farm and Home have selections of hydraulic fittings. I got the ones I needed for my hydrolift at family farm and home. If that doesn't work, McMaster Carr is bound to have what you need.

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720nut

Mike I can get them localy, not a problem was just wondering what others use. It worked with blower and up till now on blade. It's like everything else on these tractors awful tight surroundings and not to mention 1/8in. pipe thread. Has anyone tried boring out to 1/4in? on cylinders

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