John Deere Multi Point or Single Point coupler for loader hydraulics
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    John Deere Multi Point or Single Point coupler for loader hydraulics

    John Deere Multi Point Coupler. Two Function (4 hoses) room to add 3rd function couplers (2 more hoses) PARTS for 3rd functions NOT NCLUDED!
    Includes tractor 1/2 (the half with the lever), Loader 1/2, mount bracket and the four cap screws for the bracket to the tractor half.
    Appears unused, BUT since I do not know it's history, I will call pre owned. It looks like it might be new take off?

    $500 plus shipping from 49093
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    Is this the one for the 2038?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Is this the one for the 2038?
    No. Similar but not for the 2032/38r tractors. Even if it were the same parts you would still need all the hose's. To get those made would likely cost you 150-200$ which would put you right at the same cost as going to the dealer and ordering it new.
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