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TractorReliefTool

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I'm here to make your Tractor Life Easier!

What's up guys. Fellow Kubota Owner here. I manufacture a tool to release the pressure on your tractors hydraulic couplings. I developed it out of my everyday use on the ranch with the grapple on my tractor and the constant fight putting it on and off. Check out the website or buy on Amazon. This tool will seriously make your life easier, I use it several times a week changing implements. Glad to be here!

Please go to website to figure out how to confirm your size. Or feel free to email me!
Release with ease!!!

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JimmyJazz

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I have never had a problem releasing or connecting my couplings. My tractor is 2 years old , maybe that has something to do with it. Good luck.
 

fried1765

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I have never had a problem releasing or connecting my couplings. My tractor is 2 years old , maybe that has something to do with it. Good luck.
I have Pioneer couplers on my 2006 L48 TLB.
No real problems connecting or disconnecting.
 

cthomas

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I have had issues with my front end loader. I have to take it off when installing the snowblower. Currently to lazy to go measure, so anyone know what size for the LX2610?
 

TractorReliefTool

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MX5400 L4701
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I have had issues with my front end loader. I have to take it off when installing the snowblower. Currently to lazy to go measure, so anyone know what size for the LX2610?
Please take the time to measure the diameter when you get a moment. There is no rhyme or reason on coupling sizes/types it seems. You can email me the diameter and pic of coupling and I will verify for you.
 

Daferris

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I have had issues with my front end loader. I have to take it off when installing the snowblower. Currently to lazy to go measure, so anyone know what size for the LX2610?
Mine of my LX are 3/8" but I bought my own flat face ones rather than have the dealer install some.
 

Trimley

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Flatface here. I can remove and replace, while the engine is running.

My previous tractor had Pioneer, it had to be shutdown to R/R, excess wiped from the female to replace.
 
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InTheWoods

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I'm here to make your Tractor Life Easier!

What's up guys. Fellow Kubota Owner here. I manufacture a tool to release the pressure on your tractors hydraulic couplings.
Curious why this is needed. Is there a reason that Kubota's procedure (basically shut off the engine, and push the hydraulic control lever through all its positions) doesn't work? I've had no issues.

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ken erickson

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Curious why this is needed. Is there a reason that Kubota's procedure (basically shut off the engine, and push the hydraulic control lever through all its positions) doesn't work?
Many times , it happened to me, that it is the lines on the grapple. I took my grapple off in the fall, it was a cool day. It was warm day in the spring when I went to reinstall and I could not for the life of me overcome the pressure build up in the grapple lines. I had no other tools and ended up unscrewing one of the couplers to relieve the pressure.
 
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TractorReliefTool

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MX5400 L4701
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Curious why this is needed. Is there a reason that Kubota's procedure (basically shut off the engine, and push the hydraulic control lever through all its positions) doesn't work?
When implements sit in the sun they build up pressure when disconnected, which make it extremely difficult to connect to the tractor side hoses. While the toggling of the joy stick etc may work for the tractor side, there are just as many occasions that it does not, and it does not relieve the pressure on the implement side.
 

D2Cat

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Something I found that works pretty easily is the handle on a 3/8' ratchet. I simply put the smooth end of the ratchet handle against the ball (I use Pioneer couplings) and bump the ratchet head against anything solid. If I have a rag handy I wrap it around the opening of the coupling. Very seldom have to do it though.