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    Any Good Anti-hose abrasion sleeves out there?

    I broke a powersteering hose yesterday on my '05 4720: actually, the hose has been rubbing on the frame for some time. Upon tight turns, a small squirt of oil would spray the hot manifold. Thankfully, I was close to the house, so the walk for tools was not shameful by any means.

    A couple of quick phone calls confirmed this hose was not available close to my place. My BIL remembered that an auto parts store that is family owned makes hoses. They were missing one of the fittings, so we could not replace the hose until this morning. My poor baby had to sleep outdoors last night

    The rub wear concerns me for the future. Does anyone on this fine forum know of a wear sleeve they could recommend? What I have in mind is a Kevlar or thick, but flexible Teflon wrap that could be slipped between the hose and frame and secured with zip ties without having to remove the hose again?


    I'm grateful for your thoughts and will share my solution to the greater populace,

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    Any good hose place will have this stuff. First one is a coil wrap heat resistant plastic and second ( zoom in you can see it better) is a coil steel. Either will elongate the lifetime of your hoses. Another good thing to do is save the old hose, cut pieces of it up as wear sleeves and zip tie it in place where the rub is if the other material isn’t available. Just gotta trial and error this stuff. I’ve duct taped rags over problem spots when that’s all I had, and they stayed there for years. You got this
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    In the 1970's, a guy stopped by, and sold my BIL a hose kit for making your own hoses,,
    He guaranteed that you could never wear through the hose,,

    My BIL bought the kit, because he had a couple implements (like a 16 foot disk) that would drag the hydraulic hoses after certain turns,,

    A regular rubber hose would wear out after a few hundred acres,, we kept spares,,

    Well, that blue plastic hose NEVER did wear,, BUT,, there was no wire in the hose,,, only synthetic cord,
    the hose could be cut with a pocket knife,,

    Maybe look around for something like that to slip over your hose at the wear points,,,
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    In addition to using the JD hose sleeve on long runs of hose, like to the front moiunt snowblower, in shorter lengths, I have taken a length of 5/8" or 3/4" heater hose and split it to slide it over the area where abrasion was a problem. I then place zip ties avery couple of inches.

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    Kenny (KBOGH) sells Dura-Wrap© Sleeving by the foot. It's easy to install as it is secured by Velcro. I've used it on several hoses and it is good stuff.

    Ken's Bolt on Grab Hooks <<Hydraulics>> (scroll to the bottom of the page).

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    McMaster Carr sells a variety of hose protectors.
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    Personally, I’d go with what Ken sells. He’s personally vouched for it and knows it’ll work for the application. He wouldn’t sell it and put his name on it otherwise. That’s just how he rolls.
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    The plastic spiral wrap is my go to for rub wear protection on hoses and large electrical wires, 2nd favorite is the woven sleeve that comes from JD...or Kenny...
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    Quote Originally Posted by trboxman View Post
    The plastic spiral wrap is my go to for rub wear protection on hoses and large electrical wires, 2nd favorite is the woven sleeve that comes from JD...or Kenny...
    I agree, the spiral wrap is better.
    In my experience I have equipment that I maintain that has fast cycle rates and could see thousands of cycles a day which cause a hose to expand and lengthen a little with every cycle. The spiral hose wrap normally clings to the hose and the movement is now sliding on the surface of the wrap.
    Pretty good stuff over edges too, but you do have to inspect and replace at times.
    wrap is sure cheaper than hose though.

    One good thing with the sleeve wraps is that they generally can temporarily arrest the stream from a hose rupture, at least reduce its danger a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Kenny (KBOGH) sells Dura-Wrap© Sleeving by the foot. It's easy to install as it is secured by Velcro. I've used it on several hoses and it is good stuff.

    Ken's Bolt on Grab Hooks <<Hydraulics>> (scroll to the bottom of the page).


    This is what I use. Fantastic stuff! Thanks Ken!
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