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    Pump hydraulic hose

    When I first got my 448, I took it around the yard to see how it works. I thought it was a little slow compared to my 444, but it did have a lot of play in the linkage, so I didn’t think much about it. I also found the main hose had rubbed on the steering gear and was leaking. I took it off yesterday and noticed it was aftermarket and the fittings are much smaller than stock. I’m thinking that could be part of the slow problem but I have a new one coming from Barneveld . I just thought that people might want to check this if you have hoses made.
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    Ya gotta watch this nowadays especially with suction or low pressure circuits. Chi$#it STRIKES AGAIN!

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    Could you please post a side view of those hose ends?

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    Right side is stock, left is aftermarket. The fittings and hose look bigger on the outside, but smaller inside. Maybe has to do with pressure rating? I can see 3980 psi on the aftermarket one

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