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Type II Hydraulic Arm Hose Question
05-05-20, 01:12 AM
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RE: Type II Hydraulic Arm Hose Question
Hello Phil,

The short answer is that if you had loose fittings then that would be apparent from a fluid leak, but just to confirm: the fitting into the linear itself and the hex barrels (as in, used to tighten the fittings) should not move, but it's ok for the elbows to rotate as this allows the system to adapt to movement of the drive in use and for different installation locations.

Does this answer the question?


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