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    Hydraulic FEL Couplers

    I have the 1025R with the FEL. I want to be able to take the FEL on and off as projects dictate. The loader itself looks easy as pie, my area of pause are the hydraulic couplers. I only have one functioning hand and am not sure how to get them off. My big concern is getting them off then not being able to get them back on, that would be a real bummer.
    Are there any suggestions for one handed unhooking and hooking back up?

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    I never thought of this issue, but you may think about getting a single point installed. I think you can detach and attach with one hand.

    Just my 2 cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomfive View Post
    I never thought of this issue, but you may think about getting a single point installed. I think you can detach and attach with one hand.

    Just my 2 cents.
    What is a single point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hummer.2012 View Post
    What is a single point?

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    This thread may be helpful.

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    Check out this video....

    H120 single point - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hummer.2012 View Post
    What is a single point?

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    Here’s a quick video showing how it works on the same loader you should have -

    H120 single point - YouTube

    While the guy in the video uses 2 hands a times, you could easily do it with one.
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    That’s cool! I’ve seen it on the larger units but didn’t think that was available for 1 series. Add that to the dream list
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    That looks like a winner, so cool. Gotta love this forum. Thank you so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Here’s a quick video showing how it works on the same loader you should have -

    H120 single point - YouTube

    While the guy in the video uses 2 hands a times, you could easily do it with one.
    I think you're right. Definately easier than the single hoses plus you never have to worry about a hose going to the wrong coupler.

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    I looked up the part number, looks like it was replaced with bw16400. That puppy is pricey.

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