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Hi friends,

So my new fully loaded John deere 2032R was delivered yesterday :)

I had ordered my tractor with dual rear SCV's. So the first thing I did after driving it around a little was to install my hydralic top and side link.
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I did a little research and figured out what top and sidelink hydralics to order. I had do a few modifications to make everything work but it took just a few hours to get this all sorted out and working perfectly.
 

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What side link did you use??
 
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What side link did you use??
I think it was for a larger Kabota or new holland, but its not a 100% 'bolt-in'.

It has really odd ball fitting sizes, so I made some adapters to work with the same hose set I used for the top link (in retrospect for the same price I could have had some custom hoses just made up at a local hydralic place). I had to make the adpater fittings because I could not find a single off the self adapter to make the conversion, if using 'off the self adapters' each hose needed 4 to do the thead/size conversion. I also had to use my milling machine to modify the mounting bracket on the bottom of the side link little to work.

I had to mod the toplink a little also to work, but that was pretty straitforward. All in all it took me less than 2 hours to figure out, modify and install, so it wasn't too bad.
 
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