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    The hose that controls the bucket curl on the H120 failed on me today. Fluid everywhere. It failed right at the point where there is a large nut that looks like it is crimped onto the hose. Anyhow, anyone know the part number for the hose?

    its the one with the black cover, or if that changes from tractor to tractor it is the hose to the upper rear connector.
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    You can take the hose into most any auto parts store and they can make you a hose to fit and cheaper than JD stuff. I had to do that this summer summer on my H180 loader.

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    Find a Napa, I've had them make up hydraulic lines, they're pretty universal.
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    Double check that the fitting is tight.
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    If there is a cat dealer around they will have the stuff to do it as well. Should be o-ring face fittings pretty common ends.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
    You can take the hose into most any auto parts store and they can make you a hose to fit and cheaper than JD stuff. I had to do that this summer summer on my H180 loader.

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    Thanks, I will check around today/Monday to see if anyone can do this. I assume that if a parts store can do this that I can grab the parts from TSC and do it myself? maybe that's a big assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthling View Post
    The hose that controls the bucket curl on the H120 failed on me today. Fluid everywhere. It failed right at the point where there is a large nut that looks like it is crimped onto the hose. Anyhow, anyone know the part number for the hose?

    its the one with the black cover, or if that changes from tractor to tractor it is the hose to the upper rear connector.
    There are 6 of these hoses on your loader. Part numbers are listed below FYI.
    As others have stated, you can have them made up locally.

    AW29374 350mm (13.78")
    AW35884 (13.78") Applicable for Cab tractors only
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Double check that the fitting is tight.


    I did check when it happened but I will have another look today. I didn't notice the leak until the forks I had on kept drooping and when I looked behind me was when I noticed that there was a river of fluid that would have made any petroleum executive smile and of course my wife not smile since there was fluid all across the pavers in the driveway. I grabbed some wrenches and when I couldn't make any headway on tightening anything I focused on the mess.
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    Not a do it yourself

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthling View Post
    Thanks, I will check around today/Monday to see if anyone can do this. I assume that if a parts store can do this that I can grab the parts from TSC and do it myself? maybe that's a big assumption.
    TSC may have pre-made hoses but I would get one made to order. It's not a do it yourself as the fittings are crimped on with a lot of pressure. Generally there's a die and a hydraulic crimp that can apply several tons of force to the fitting. You could buy the machine but unless you plan on tearing a lot of hoses, best just use a local store. . . Make sure they have the exact right fittings in stock to match the old one, a slight difference either won't work or could be difficult to connect.

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    As others said, you need special tools to make these lines.

    Just take the busted line off the tractor, bring it with you to a Napa and tell them "I need this made", honestly I doubt you'd even save any money doing it yourself.


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