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« on: November 24, 2021, 08:25:29 AM »

I've been using normal quick connects in my hydraulic lines next to my winder and dipper so I can quickly and easily swap them out for my fishing gear.  I was normally getting around 3 - 4 years out of a female quick connect, before I would have to replace it.  This year I just bought some stainless quick connects from here   https://www.toolots.com/1-2-iso-7241-1b-close-type-hydraulic-quick-coupling-stainless-st.html?cid=10195504759&gclid=Cj0KCQiAsqOMBhDFARIsAFBTN3cNq9X7YOcJTb4tG_KaFn4fozyHS7n2Xaeyi616Z0dHkE2gP2oPEfQaAq60EALw_wcB   I'm hoping this is the last set I ever have to buy.  The nice thing about either is that you may have one drop of oil spill as they shut off as soon as you disconnect them.  Just thought I would post this as a tip for anyone that has to break in to their lines to remove gear every year.
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Just one of the few bad apples that keeps wizzing in the MSSA's and TF's milk.  Not because I have violations (because I don't'), but because I'm catching the resources that they claim to own and have more rights to.

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