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    H120 FEL hydraulic hose plugs

    I have already broke off two of my hydraulic hose plugs in the thick under brush I'm working on clearing, has anyone came up with a better solution for the dangling plugs?
    2014 1025R - 60D MMM - H120 FEL - 260 BH - RB50L

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    H120 FEL hydraulic hose plugs

    I wrap them around the couplers before connecting the plugs and caps together. This way they aren't dangling around.
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    Don't use them, 26 plus years. Compressed air or WD-40 works better.
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    I refer you to "keeping the hydraulic hose covers under control".
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlowry View Post
    I have already broke off two of my hydraulic hose plugs in the thick under brush I'm working on clearing, has anyone came up with a better solution for the dangling plugs?
    Have a ready supply on hand?

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    Hose couplings

    See my posting:
    Thread: H120 hydraulic hose routing on 1025R
    6/9/14
    I solved the problem on my 1023E.
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    John Deere X300 42" Edge Mower

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