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 06-17-2010, 21:56 Post: 171620
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I ruptured the hose that goes from the PS cyclinder to the pipe on my Agracat 2920 (254). The manual shows the two connectors at either end but not the entire assembly (hose w/connectors), about 16" long. Is this complete assy. available from any deallers?

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 06-17-2010, 22:18 Post: 171622
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Even if it is, it would be cheaper and faster to take the old assembly to a place that supplies and makes up hydraulic hose.






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 06-17-2010, 23:18 Post: 171626
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Can't speak for your area. But in my experience, the local hydraulic shops around here don't carry much in the line of metric fittings.

Don't let the parts diagram fool ya though. they only show the end connectors, but the straight lines between them represent the actual hose (which is called "pipe" in the book).

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 06-18-2010, 10:15 Post: 171635
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Yes, it was the metric part that thru me, I tested it on a standard thread and it didn't work. I had a FEL line fail and had the local Car Quest make me another (no problem with that one) but I wasn't sure if they had this fitting. It's a bit unusual since it's flat inside and metric.

Thanks for the quick reply, I'll run it over there and see if they can match it.

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 06-18-2010, 16:07 Post: 171638
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Sometimes they can reuse the fittings. If not, and if they don't have duplicates, they can get them. Or try a shop that does more hose make-ups.






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 06-18-2010, 17:45 Post: 171642
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Took it to the local shop and they couldn't match the fitting, said they could most likely source it but that would take a bit of checking. I think I'll try to give Tommy a call. He's helped before and he seems to carry a pretty good inventory of items, if he doesn't have it I'll go back to the local guys.

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 06-18-2010, 18:45 Post: 171643
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Ain't no way to reuse these particular fittings, they're machine crimped. But I have used pair of the exact hose you need, if you strike out elsewhere. They're just sitting on my spares shelf gathering dust.

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 06-19-2010, 20:51 Post: 171663
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Vary kind of you to offer them Greg and I might take you up on it if the one I ordered from Affordable doesn't work. The number in the manual isn't what I ordered but I've come to trust the book less and people more. Tommy and the guys have been good to me on the few occasions that I've needed a part. $31 + shipping for this hose is a fair price and Tommy's done some good work for this site.

I should know by the end of the week if it's the right one and I'm back to barn cleaning and spreading gravel.






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 06-23-2010, 06:48 Post: 171739
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The hose should work for you,we don't spend much time on this board because most of the post get edited by the moderators

We have one of the largest Jinma parts inventories in the USA which covers your Agracat tractor also,just look at our website,or give us a call we will be glad to help you

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 06-23-2010, 10:50 Post: 171744
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The hose should work for you,we don't spend much time on this board because most of the post get edited by the moderatorsWe have one of the largest Jinma parts inventories in the USA which covers your Agracat tractor also,just look at our website,or give us a call we will be glad to help youTommyAffordable Tractor Sales






Actually it's only the spam'ish blatant advertising that gets edited out of posts.

If anyone looks closely they will quickly see that only a relative few posters ever get edited, and they are usually edited almost regularly.

As with the above example.

Two posters offer help, one even offers free parts out of his stash of spares, not just a local solution.

The other, from the opposite end of the country brags about having big inventory and points them to his website and phone to sell them the parts.

A wee bit sensitive maybe?



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