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Check your power steering lines. The parts illustration shows six of them being used in that area. They are used in pairs with a bolt and nut. You have one half of the clamp with the nut. Hopefully the other half and the bolt are still hanging under the tractor.
 

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Check your power steering lines. The parts illustration shows six of them being used in that area. They are used in pairs with a bolt and nut. You have one half of the clamp with the nut. Hopefully the other half and the bolt are still hanging under the tractor.
Thank you very much!!
 

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If not the steering lines, check the oil cooler lines too. They use the same clamp in a place or two.
 

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Make sure to locate the missing line support bracket as the lines tend to vibrate without these brackets and it fractures the lines eventually. Since these are primary fluid flow lines which use these supports, when the lines break, the fluid loss is pretty quick and severe.

These are usually mounted up on the bottom of the tractor, so you will need to be on your back under the machine with a light and the mower deck removed to locate the missing bracket.....On the inner frame rails, the bottom of the oil pan area, etc.

They are tucked up in there pretty good..............:good2:

You will find them after spending some time looking.........

Just curious, How many hours are on your tractor?
 

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If not the steering lines, check the oil cooler lines too. They use the same clamp in a place or two.
Good point. Here is the one on the oil cooler.
 

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