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The hydraulic lines on my steering cylinder are both dripping fluid. I checked they’re both tight. Do they have o rings in the fittings? Thanks Dave


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The hydraulic lines on my steering cylinder are both dripping fluid. I checked they’re both tight. Do they have o rings in the fittings? Thanks Dave


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Which tractor do you have? I didn't see anything listed in your signature.

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The hydraulic lines on my steering cylinder are both dripping fluid. I checked they’re both tight. Do they have o rings in the fittings? Thanks Dave
They appear to have O-rings.

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This query reminds me of a quote that I heard early in my oil and gas career: "O-rings and engineers are the worst things ever to hit the oilfield!" I'm a week short of my 36th anniversary of the start of my 30 year petroleum engineer career- There were many worse things than O-rings and engineers in my experience - many things indeed.

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The hydraulic lines on my steering cylinder are both dripping fluid. I checked they’re both tight. Do they have o rings in the fittings? Thanks Dave


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O rings

Took you guys advice, after some investigation found a local man who had to order the ends but in one day I had the hose. Tractor’s up and running again. Thanks Dave


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