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I need to replace a mess of hoses on my NH L775 : our barn and shop burned, thankfully at least a few pieces of equipment were far enough away that they only got scorched, rather than actually caught on fire. The skid-steer seems to be fine, except all the hoses on the side facing the barn now leak like sieves...
Unfortunately the original parts, and the parts that superseded them at NH, are all discontinued, and while my dealer is willing to make new parts to some mystery spec, he's not willing to tell me the operating pressure so that I can order hoses from somewhere that doesn't think a 18" hose is worth $140.
Any information anyone can give on the hydraulic system high-pressure limit on the L775, would be most helpful! My manual was in the barn, so if the data was in there...
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