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    spring loaded dust caps

    I want to replace a few of the dust caps on the rear remotes. Have found caps in the link below, but wonder what holds them in place?
    Don't want to break one off (unable to pull off) until I know what holds in on


    https://agcrazy.com/47123643-hydraul...pling-dust-cap
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    No clue, never seen them before. It would be nice if they posted the inner diameter specs for them.
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    Looks like the caps that go on a rifle scope. Once they get broken in, they won’t stay closed. Ask me how I know.
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    I have 3 remotes on my tractor and they all have JD markings but a few need replacement. They are the standard 1/2 pioneer female connectors. Have same kind on my Kubota M9540
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllDodge View Post
    I want to replace a few of the dust caps on the rear remotes. Have found caps in the link below, but wonder what holds them in place?
    Don't want to break one off (unable to pull off) until I know what holds in on


    https://agcrazy.com/47123643-hydraul...pling-dust-cap
    These look similar to the types of caps that are typically found on remote hydraulics at the rear of large AG tractors. It seems like they would get in the way on our small Pioneer couplers.
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    You won't find many better than these blue ones we sell, but a do have about a dozen of these black ones I can sell you for a good price.
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    The rubber ones last the logest, but sure is nice with the spring loaded ones

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    For my 6415, I bought the ones that are for the deluxe SCVs on a 5085M. The problem I had with rubber ones is the rubber would get brittle and they would fall apart.
    They come in green, blue, and brown. There are different P/Ns for each color AND they are marked: extent or retract, so two P/Ns for each color, 6 total. RE268228/9 for green, RE268330/1 for blue, and RE268332/3 for brown.
    IIRC they are also marked I on green, II on blue, and III on brown

    The ID measures 1.496" I used a rubber hammer to tap them on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    You won't find many better than these blue ones we sell
    I'll vouch for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    For my 6415, I bought the ones that are for the deluxe SCVs on a 5085M. The problem I had with rubber ones is the rubber would get brittle and they would fall apart.
    They come in green, blue, and brown. There are different P/Ns for each color AND they are marked: extent or retract, so two P/Ns for each color, 6 total. RE268228/9 for green, RE268330/1 for blue, and RE268332/3 for brown.
    IIRC they are also marked I on green, II on blue, and III on brown

    The ID measures 1.496" I used a rubber hammer to tap them on.
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