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    What hydraulic hose daimeter & pressure rating for 2025R?

    Does anyone know what size hydraulic hose (inside diameter & pressure rating) is used on the 2025R. I may need to have some short hoses made up for a cylinder add-on. Thanks!
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    I think the OEM loader hoses are 3/8” and 3000 or 3500 PSI rated, but quite often 1/4” works fine to. If you tell what your project is we can help better with specifics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I think the OEM loader hoses are 3/8” and 3000 or 3500 PSI rated, but quite often 1/4” works fine to. If you tell what your project is we can help better with specifics.
    Yes, I did find an existing hose that I could read some info on the hose. 3/8" and 3000 PSI.

    I am wanting to add a top link cylinder for adjusting the tilt on a box blade without getting off the tractor. Was thinking about using a single spool valve and using the Power Beyond hoses that connect the backhoe.
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    You’d want no less than 3/8 to feed the valve, but you can use 1/4 from the valve for to the cylinder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    You’d want no less than 3/8 to feed the valve, but you can use 1/4 from the valve for to the cylinder.
    Thanks! I appreciate the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    You’d want no less than 3/8 to feed the valve, but you can use 1/4 from the valve for to the cylinder.
    Agreed, 1/4 is much easier to get to bend and follow the cylinder. Fittings with flow restrictors on the cylinder help with controlling it as well.
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