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 03-15-2005, 02:11 Post: 108032
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

I have been trying to find banjo hydraulic fittings for a hydraulic project on my JD790 and after weeks of searching have concluded that you cannot get SAE-8 braze-on banjo fittings anywhere in the US. Sweeping statement that, I know but that comes after looking at all the major and smaller manufacturers, and many many distributors all over the country. This is the standard hydraulic fitting on a JD790 and many other smaller tractors.

I have found one manufacturer in India and am trying to communicate with them about buying some of these, but have had little success as yet.

So, I got to thinking that someone out here may have leftover lines from installing a power-beyond or other kit on their JD tractor. These fittings take a 3/4 inch diameter hollow-through-bolt (SAE-8, 3/4" x 16tpi), and are brazed onto steel tubing that is just under 1/2 inch OD.

I will be happy to pay something for these if anyone has any excess lines that they are willing to part with.

I will try to post some pics of these shortly, and maybe an autocad drawing I've made as well.






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 03-15-2005, 02:38 Post: 108034
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Okay, four pics posted, an open line showing the banjo fittings, an autocad rendering of one of these fittings, the same line installed, and a banjo hollow-through-bolt.

Please email me at

tomrscott at sterlink dot net

if you have any of these parts that you would be willing to part with.

Thanks very much!!!






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 03-15-2005, 11:02 Post: 108048
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

Maybe I'm missing something but can't you just order them through your JD dealer?






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 03-15-2005, 11:18 Post: 108051
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

No, I wouldn't say you are missing something, I'd say JD is.

No, you can't buy the fittings from JD. All you can buy is the complete hydraulic lines, and since those are a rare replacement item, they are quite spendy. It works out to be about $40 per fitting if you buy a new line (even the shortest one) just for the fittings. Before I will pay that, I will probably fabricate them.

Perhaps I wasn't clear that all I am interested in is the fittings because I want to make up new hard lines for some new hydraulics I'm adding to my 790.

Thanks!






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 03-15-2005, 12:49 Post: 108057
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

Could you ask one of the mechanics at your or any dealer to call you when they do some work on tractors where this kind of fitting gets replaced, might be worth a few beers?






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 03-15-2005, 13:04 Post: 108059
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

Yeah, actually I am doing that, but it is sort of open-ended, hit or miss.

I don't need very many of these.

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 03-15-2005, 13:28 Post: 108061
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

No, I wouldn't say you are missing something, I'd say JD is.


That does not surprise me.

Do you know if JD or some other manufaturer used banjo fittings on thier older model ag. tractors? If so, you may be able to find them at a salvage yard.






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 03-15-2005, 13:31 Post: 108062
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

I have one. Email me or use the private msg thing under my profile and we can figure out how to get it to you.
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 03-15-2005, 16:33 Post: 108068
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

bmlekki,

Thanks very much! I have sent a PM email to you with contact info.

Depending on how many fittings that line has (1 or 2) I may have the minimum I need for this job, assuming I tear the existing lines up first. Looking ahead, I would kind of like to get 4 more fittings if I can find that many.

Thanks again!






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 03-15-2005, 16:38 Post: 108069
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 Power-Beyond, unused/leftover banjo hydraulic lines?

I spoke to two more large JD service shops today to see if they had any scrap banjo lines laying around, but as I suspected, they just toss them and it is a pretty rare thing.

Nobody could ever remember a line failing, so the only time they see them is when they are adding a power-beyond, and then they just toss the extra lines.

They only do one of those for a 7xx / 9xx very rarely. So the odds of getting lucky with them are pretty remote, but I left a card with a request in case something comes along.






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