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on my mf50 backhoe I need to replace two hoses , is there a skinny or special wrench ( 1 1/4 ) to get into this confined space in the arm
|GEEBEE||You may be able to get at it with a Crowsfoot wrench !
|gary reinard||geebee thanks for the advice . I ended up taking a standard wrench to my grinder and made the head as skinny as possible and still have some strength and then cut the handle lenght to six inches and I was able to get in there and replace the hoses !!!!!!
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