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    UPS Shipping and Hydraulic Hose Making

    Just a couple of announcements

    1- We're adding UPS shipping as an option. They will appear in the website shopping cart as a choice soon. In the meantime, we'll just be shipping with them when it makes sense.

    2- On another note, we're in the process of adding a hydraulic hose assembly station . This is mainly for creating new/custom diverter kits faster and with less cost, but we'll also be able to help anyone in need of hydraulic hoses. Long overdue!!
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    What line of hoses/ fittings are you going to carry?
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    That great to hear about the hoses Chris - it will be nice to be able to get custom hoses from one or our trusted vendors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    What line of hoses/ fittings are you going to carry?
    Primarily the curved ones.

    This is just getting started, there's still a lot to get worked out and it's probably going to be some time before I can answer a lot of specific questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    That great to hear about the hoses Chris - it will be nice to be able to get custom hoses from one or our trusted vendors.
    Let me be the first to say that it will likely be much easier to go to a local hydraulic shop for common replacement issues and things like that. But if someone calls up knowing what they need, we will be able to help.
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    I hope you will support ORFS hose fittings. That is my first choice when upgrading/replacing hose or fittings. Second choice is JIC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    Let me be the first to say that it will likely be much easier to go to a local hydraulic shop for common replacement issues and things like that. But if someone calls up knowing what they need, we will be able to help.
    This was my point - no such thing as a hydraulic shop around here - or anything else for that matter.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    I hope you will support ORFS hose fittings. That is my first choice when upgrading/replacing hose or fittings. Second choice is JIC.
    No problem. We're already using them in addition to ORB, JIC, and NPT.

    The question is how big. Most of our current needs are 1/4" & 3/8". We'll add larger as it becomes necessary....but something tells me Mr. Zebrafive already has an opinion about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    Primarily the curved ones.

    This is just getting started, there's still a lot to get worked out and it's probably going to be some time before I can answer a lot of specific questions.
    I'm a big fan of Parker hoses. Just saying...
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