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So in x series tractors I have had the undaunting task of replacing the main hydraulic hose John Deere part # Am133355 or Am133600. With that being said I have learned alot and would like to share a couple key things that saved me alot of time and aggravation along the way. First off its tight quarters so removing the x support feom the frame will help as well as the main drive shaft. But before doing any of that remove the rear fender and foot rest. Next loosen the fuel tank strap and pull the fuel tank aside slightly to gain access to both the main hydraulic fitting going into the trans as well as the 2 bolts that hold the drive shaft o to the spline. In my case the hose broke off in the power steering pump and i was trying to avoid having to remove the whole pump to pick it out and took a screw driver heated it up, bent it 90 deg and ground it down to create an inner diameter mini seal puller of sorts. I drilled through the handle and installed a piece of steel cable which i routed along the passenger side top of frame rail and out the front of the unit. I purposely got the pick wedged inside of the broken off pieceand after removi g the 2 screws that held in the backer plate to the pump i had my son pull on the steel cable and low and behold the broken off piece came out! Now i just ordered the new hose which is different but no instructions came with it unlike what i have seen for the am133600. Does anyone have the install guide with pictures of routing i think i have it installed incorrectly because when i put the drive shaft up to bolt it back on its rubbing the metal portion of the new hose. Attached is what im after but only page 1 i need to see the rest
 

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Any JD dealer is able to print out installation instructions. See the Service manager.
 

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