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    Need help identifying the hydraulic couplings/fittings on my 3025e

    Hi all,

    The good news. My girlfriend bought me the best 40th b'day/Xmas present ever. A Woodmaxx 62" flail mower with hydraulic side shift that should make short work of the lawn at our house.

    The better news. It will be arriving in a couple days.

    The bad news. I have no idea what type of hydraulic lines and fittings I need to to connect my tractor's hydraulics to the mower for the side shift operation.

    I have next to no experience with hydraulic fittings aside from connecting and disconnecting them off my loader and backhoe so please bear with any of my incompetence. I have a 3025e that I purchased this year. I got the quick park option that allows for removal of the loader and adds coupling for removal of the hydraulic lines. I plan on running the the mower hydraulics off the loader joystick.

    The mower has 1/2-14 NPTF threads, I assume they're male ends. The couplings for the hydraulic fittings for the loader on my tractor appear to be the same as was on my 1023e, but I don't know with certainty. The fittings on the loader end of the line are marked NV14-38 saef 14-E0. I'm including some pics of them below as well.

    It would be greatly appreciated if somebody can tell me what size/type of female fittings would be needed to hook up the hydraulic lines to my loader joystick control. I also need some recommendations on where to purchase the lines from. I would need 2 lines about 6' long with the corresponding 1/2-14 NPTF threads to hook up on the mower side.
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    Your loader couplers are 1/4 ISO 5675 "AG" style w/poppet with a 3/8" SAE thread (but that part is irrelevant to you now).


    We sell them on our website with 1/4" NPT threads. Yes they are the same as your previous 1023E.
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    You can get hoses/lines and fittings at your local Parker Hydraulic store or NAPA. If you tell them the dimensions they make them for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Your loader couplers are 1/4 ISO 5675 "AG" style w/poppet with a 3/8" SAE thread (but that part is irrelevant to you now).


    We sell them on our website with 1/4" NPT threads. Yes they are the same as your previous 1023E.
    Thanks all for the replies. Do you sell hosing as well? I'm unsure of what diameter hose I'd need for the corresponding fitting size. After re-reading Woodmaxx's website where it says "Hose ends that connect to the tractor are fitted with 1/2-14 NPTF threads" I'm now assuming I'd need a complete male/female coupling for the mower side of the hose.
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    I can have hose(s) custom made and drop shipped, but I only do that when the customer knows EXACTLY what they need. There are just to many sizes and crimp styles to guess, once a hose is made it's yours-no sending it back for credit.

    I'd suggest you try to find a local shop, even many NAPA stores (or Parker as mentioned above) will make hydraulic hoses and can help with fittings-also wait until you have the unit so you can see exactly whats needed and how long they need to be. You will need 1/4" or 3/8" hose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I can have hose(s) custom made and drop shipped, but I only do that when the customer knows EXACTLY what they need. There are just to many sizes and crimp styles to guess, once a hose is made it's yours-no sending it back for credit.

    I'd suggest you try to find a local shop, even many NAPA stores (or Parker as mentioned above) will make hydraulic hoses and can help with fittings-also wait until you have the unit so you can see exactly whats needed and how long they need to be. You will need 1/4" or 3/8" hose.
    That’s all greatly appreciated. Last couple questions and I should have it. Does the different size hose, 1/4 vs 3/8”, affect the operation? Lastly is there specific type, or pressure rated, hose that I should be using?
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    Yes, hose size can affect performance, but we are taking about a small cylinder used to control side shift, your not operating a big motor. You also have limited flow, so using a large hose is not needed. Think of it as hooking up a 2” fire hose to the hose bib at your hose that’s made for 3/4” hose, what’s the point of that?
    You should be looking for 3000psi rated hose at a minimum.
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    Thanks to all the assistance thus far. So now a couple weeks later I have and put everything together needed. I bought the 2x 1/4 fittings recommend by Kenny, 2x 10' of 3/8" hydrualix line, and 2x 1/2" 4AGF4 fittings for the mower connection. I'm experiencing some leaks at the 1/2" fittings on the mower side though after getting things as tight as possible manually. Do I need to be using some sort thread sealant or tape with those fittings? If so what would be the proper recommended sealant type, and what would be the proper application and set up procedure?

    Again thanks for everybody getting me this far. I'm learning, albeit slowly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommott77 View Post
    Thanks to all the assistance thus far. So now a couple weeks later I have and put everything together needed. I bought the 2x 1/4 fittings recommend by Kenny, 2x 10' of 3/8" hydrualix line, and 2x 1/2" 4AGF4 fittings for the mower connection. I'm experiencing some leaks at the 1/2" fittings on the mower side though after getting things as tight as possible manually. Do I need to be using some sort thread sealant or tape with those fittings? If so what would be the proper recommended sealant type, and what would be the proper application and set up procedure?

    Again thanks for everybody getting me this far. I'm learning, albeit slowly.
    You should not need any type of sealant with hydraulic lines although I have used plumbers tape before with success. It is NOT recommended because if a piece of it gets in your system it can potentially cause a restriction in the system.

    When you say tighten manually, have you put a wrench on it or is this just hand tighten?
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