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I have a leaking hydraulic hose for the 3 point lift cylinder and was wondering if anyone could tell me the correct style of fitting used so that I can have a new hose made. Thanks, 



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Thanks for the info Shaun. I am still holding out to try and get my local hydraulic shop to make me some hoses but this is definitely a good option if I can’t find another solution. 

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12 hours ago, Md1227 said:

if I can’t find another solution. 

The "candy cane" fittings are going to be the problem.  You can purchase 90 degree fittings that are the same style but they will have to be bent to the 120 degree or so angle for clearance.  Steve had Parker special make these fittings & that's why the cost is so high.  You can purchase just the fittings from Steve but they are designed to be used only with Parker hoses.  So if you have a local shop that has Parker hoses, that is an option.

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