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Backhoe Ford 713 on Super Major with 712 front loader

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Pete Carrera

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2013 8:06 am    Post subject: Backhoe Ford 713 on Super Major with 712 front loader Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Hello, i found a discussion thread on hydraulic fittings for a Ford 713 backhoe dated 2004. Would anyone be of assistance on request for information to find a standard or sae fitting to fabricate hydraulic hoses for obsolete fittings. The post i found was by a Scott in pa

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Re: ford major backhoe in reply to derek, 06-23-2004 21:30:15
who built the backhoe attachment? Ford or sherman are the two i have come across. I own a 61 supermajor with a ford loader and hoe. The factory fard hose fittings are available from ford/new holland but are about $35 each. I had a guy look at mine and he discovered that the valves and cylinders are double seated. They will accept standard sae fittings. I replace every hose except 2 on mine with the standard fittings and haven't had a problem in the 1 1/2yr since. If you want a picture of the new fitting email me and i'll send it to you. good luck
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Andy Wickiser

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:49 am    Post subject: Re: Backhoe Ford 713 on Super Major with 712 front loader Reply to specific post Reply with quote

It turns out that the 713 fittings are called "O-ring Port", a type of fitting that was widely used in automotive applications such as air conditioning lines (only smaller). See the link I provided (the Ford 723 backhoe was an updated 713 but basically the same). Tisco has an adapter to JIC and I recently discovered that now has an O-ring Port adapter that I think would work although I haven't tried (noted as a Ford adapter). If you have a hose crimper and want crimp-on ends those could probably be found as O-ring port somewhere.
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