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Are 1/4 ISO male couplers (part # X4010-T6 ) 1/4" female pipe on the other end? Or are they something different? I'm trying to order some hydraulic hose and want to make sure I get the right stuff.
 

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Looking at partscatalog.deere,com, the X4010-T6 attaches to a fitting using an o-ring, so I'd say NOT female pipe thread, but probably ORB (O-Ring Boss) type fitting. No info given on fitting or o-ring, so no idea of size. Take nale coupler to hyd shop and they'll identify the fitting type/size. Bob
 

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JD uses couplers with a -06 ORB thread, we cannot answer your question once we don't know which "hose" you are attaching to. Most couplers you'll find outside of JD will have NPT threads, like the ones we sell.

FYI they are ISO 5675 "AG" stye w/poppet.
 
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I'd like to plug a hydraulic cylinder into my loader service valve to raise and lower my pull behind box scraper. I'm not planning to install the loader while pulling the box blade.
 
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@Hotrodsrx - The JD loader connections on the SCUTs are 1/4 "AG" couplers; the tractor has the female side below the floorboard. Your hoses would need a male 1/4" termination and sufficient length to reach the rear.

There's other options that are more a permanent install that utilizes the tractors PowerBeyond circuit (if installed).

I've had good luck with discounthydraulichose.com and discount code TTWT will save some cash.
If you decide to go with a more permanent solution
www.summithydraulics.com/ttwt (and same discount code) has rear remote spool kits for the SCUTs.
 

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Great, Thanks guys!
 
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