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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    Do the hoses need to be pointing up more at the couplers to have everything clear when the hitch is fully raised? Probably best to get the top link (getting built today, darn UPS) and then dial everything in.

    Thank you for the pictures.
    Brian, that’s what I was thinking. When I get the top link on there I will decide where the straight or 90 degree couplings fit best and what the best way to route it all is. If you think I need to change something just let me know.
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    Gentlemen,

    Here is 2 photos of the fit rite cylinder on my 2038R. The pictures show it installed with ports up and ports down. I ended up leaving it with the ports down.

    If you need closer pictures, sorry these are what I had. If you need something else just let me know.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails johndeere2038rwithfitritetoplink(portsdown)101717.jpg   johndeere2038rwithfitritetoplink(portsup)101717.jpg  
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    Herm, that looks really good. I’m excited to get my top link. The side link is awesome on its own. Great for crowning a driveway. I did my first till of my garden today. Just went down 2 inches or so. Going to have to work it down slow and move the rocks as I go. My garden is on I hillside. The side link was awesome in keeping the tiller level with the sloping land grade of the garden. It’s pretty uneven but every time the slope changes I just hit the handle a little bit and level the tiller right back to where it should be. Very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Here ya go. Waiting to get the top link in before I worry about getting everything routed neatly. Those hoses look like they are near the rear tire but they really are not. Just the picture.
    What is that tube just to the right of the SCV hook ups?
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    That would be my transmission fluid funnel. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    That would be my transmission fluid funnel. Lol.
    And here everyone thought it was a built-in chipper feature. :-)
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    Looks great Yank.. A hydraulic top link is one addition that's so handy and useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    That would be my transmission fluid funnel. Lol.
    Huh. Usually I remove them between fills.


    Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    That would be my transmission fluid funnel. Lol.
    Yep, you got me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Herm, that looks really good. I’m excited to get my top link. The side link is awesome on its own. Great for crowning a driveway. I did my first till of my garden today. Just went down 2 inches or so. Going to have to work it down slow and move the rocks as I go. My garden is on I hillside. The side link was awesome in keeping the tiller level with the sloping land grade of the garden. It’s pretty uneven but every time the slope changes I just hit the handle a little bit and level the tiller right back to where it should be. Very cool!
    I get the re crowning of the driveway, but wouldnt the tractor be at the same angle on the hillside while tilling? Unless you were tracking the opposite way of the grade. Nevermind I think i figured out what you were saying. Sorry duh huh moment
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