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Is there anywhere to find the generic description of John Deere hydraulic fittings? :dunno:

What thread is on a LVA13231 ?,,, or what thread is on a AM105467 ?

What size snap ring is a M42702 ? ($4 for a snap ring seems excessive,, if I need eight of them,,,)

I want to use the hydraulics on my JD 4105 for other uses besides the loader,,
the first thing I have to do is connect to the hydraulics,,,

Thanks for the info!! :good2:
 

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If anyone has a handle on something like this it would be jgayman - hopefully he will chime in.

He shared something similar about bolts and nuts with us.
And here I was going to say if anyone has a handle it would be Kenny. :)

For most items JD Parts gives some decent physical details. For other item they give nothing.

In the case of snap ring M42702. JD Parts lists this:

Specification
Weight:0.00 LBS 0.00 Kg
Shaft Diameter1.125 IN
Groove Diameter1.055 IN
Groove Width0.056 IN
Width0.052 IN
Radial Width0.128 IN
Free Inside Diameter1.051 IN
Free Gap0.00 IN
Material1075
FinishD
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For quick coupler AM105467:
Specification
Weight:0.15 LBS 0.07 Kg
Thread Size0.750 IN
Thread TypeORB
Length1.760 IN
Hex Size1.000 IN
Vender Series60
Operating Pressure (KPA) (Maximum)3,999.999 PSI
ISO_Designation
Finish
NoteA

For LVA13231 they list no details at all.

This information is readily available on JD Parts. All you have to do is create a login and you can see details and dealer pricing for the dealer of your choice.



 

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Thank you,,, I think I will still have to remove some of the fittings and go match them at the hydraulics shop,,



I think this fitting adapts from metric thread in the valve to 1/2" tube,,,:dunno:
 

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Thank you,,, I think I will still have to remove some of the fittings and go match them at the hydraulics shop,,



I think this fitting adapts from metric thread in the valve to 1/2" tube,,,:dunno:
Unless you are well versed in fittings I strongly recommend taking them to the store! The number of variables and permutations are mind blowing. I usually just take my stuff to the hydraulics shop, lay it on the counter and say "I need a hose / fitting / gizmo to connect THIS to THAT". :)
 

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The threads used on the OEM couplers are ORB (O Ring Boss), -06 or -08. If you just want to plug into the couplers they are 1/2" ISO 5675 "AG" style with a poppet.
 

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Unless you are well versed in fittings I strongly recommend taking them to the store! The number of variables and permutations are mind blowing. I usually just take my stuff to the hydraulics shop, lay it on the counter and say "I need a hose / fitting / gizmo to connect THIS to THAT". :)
This is exactly what I do...:bigthumb:
 

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The threads used on the OEM couplers are ORB (O Ring Boss), -06 or -08. If you just want to plug into the couplers they are 1/2" ISO 5675 "AG" style with a poppet.
I will have to check before I go to match the fitting,,
I have (literally) 250 pounds of o-ring fittings,,
A hydraulics shop near me quit handling fittings, I was there the day they were gonna dump them in a dumpster,,

the fittings went into my truck,,, :good2:
About a third is air fittings,, WOW, there are some strange air fittings,,,

I do not have any hydraulic quick connects, or I would be trying to do this without spending any :gizmo:
 
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