my john deere dealer did mine. there more expenisve than most, but it was convieneit, and they just put it on our ongoing bill.
if you want to make it real handy for fitment, make the hose a 2 peice hose so that way you have a easy removal spot with a connection to join both hoses.
Left: original pump
Center: Ford HD pump
Right: Saginaw pump
Notice the outputs, I use the center HD casing and installed an ARG saginaw pump. The output on the HD is rotatable and fits the stock Bronco High PSI hose. I know you can buy just that adapter and add it the the "canned-ham" case. Just not sure where to get it.
This is MY Sag pump. I used the Older can, the ARG super pump, and a rotatable output. I can use the stock high pressure hose. This is my opinion on how it is best acomplished.
You might want to search the junk yards for that older can and take just the right angle adapter. Ask BA is he can locate that in hiw super junkyards :goodfinge
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I'm needing some help. I'm trying to figure out what this part is called, highlighted in said photo attached.
It was damaged and I was wondering if it can be replaced?
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