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I'm working on my 410 loader and am looking to replace the oil lines. I've found NOS for 3 of them but can't find the 4th one. JD still has it in the data base but when a dealer tries to order it they get no longer available. Can someone who's got either a 200CX or an H130 loader measure the lines to see if it would work on my 410? The part # for the 410 is AW30865. The 200CX and H130 part # is AW32944. It is the 3rd line back and the shortest one on the left side. The connections are about 9" up and the bend on the right side starts at about 24". From the bend to the connection is about 17".



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I'm looking for part 15 in this diagram.
 

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Have you considered taking the line to a local hydraulic shop to have them make you a new one?

Also, check out Green Farm Parts to see if they can get a genuine JD part.
 

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GFP was my first attempt. I ordered them online and was refunded my $ when they tried to order them from JD. The fittings for the hard lines are apparently made for JD as no one could match them. I could have hard lines made but for big $ with several extra fittings or go with hoses. I'm thinking the 200CX/H130 lines are probably going to be as close as I can get but want to make sure it will work before ordering one. My local dealer usually has several H130's on the lot but today they had none when I went to check.
 

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As an emergency resort, if you are utterly unable to locate a new line then after careful measurement I would find a shop where you could ask them to cut off the fittings and drill the tubes out. Make up new tubes and silver solder the fittings back on.
 

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As an emergency resort, if you are utterly unable to locate a new line then after careful measurement I would find a shop where you could ask them to cut off the fittings and drill the tubes out. Make up new tubes and silver solder the fittings back on.

The old line and it's connections is pretty rusty and I'd like to remove as many rusty pieces as I can. It's still usable but I'd really like to replace it with something that looks like it belongs there.

Thanks,
Roger
 
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