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Need to replace the forward radiator hose from the surge tank to the radiator. Figured I do them all and change the coolant while at it. Found that J.D. obsoleted the hoses like many other parts for these machines.
Local NAPA store has some knowledgeable guys, we walked the pre-formed hose isle and did not find any matching the small diameter or the short double "L" configuration among the automotive applications.
Anyone had success finding hoses to work/fit?
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Need to replace the forward radiator hose from the surge tank to the radiator. Figured I do them all and change the coolant while at it. Found that J.D. obsoleted the hoses like many other parts for these machines.
Local NAPA store has some knowledgeable guys, we walked the pre-formed hose isle and did not find any matching the small diameter or the short double "L" configuration among the automotive applications.
Anyone had success finding hoses to work/fit?
Thanks.
E.
Sorry man, I haven’t had any experiences trying to find hoses for my 430. Perhaps if you could find a parts 430? Maybe it could have the hose
 

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Thanks to all for the posts.
I think the Deere AG dealer a few towns over may have hit a home run for me.
One of their parts guys has a library of old paper catalogs for both AG & LG with countless handwritten notes on the pages. We ordered some "TY" prefixed hose numbers that were written next to the typical Deere "M" part numbers for the 430 LG tractor radiator hoses.
They should be in next week. Once I get there to take a look at them, if they are good to go I'll post the numbers. Prices on the two hoses together were just under $20.
 

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Font Auto part Temperature Metal Tool
Line Composite material Electric blue Bumper Metal

So the hoses came in yesterday.
1. TY 22405
Is the "Z" shape one that is about 7" at each end leg and about 5" in the center. This will work for the surge tank to the radiator and if trimmed correctly it will leave the correct length piece to use at the lower radiator to pipe connection.
2. TY 22404
Is a simple 90 deg elbow with 7" legs and once trimmed a bit will work at both the upper pipe to pump connection and pump to surge tank.
I mistakenly only ordered one when it should have been two.
All said and done after the second TY22404 gets ordered I'll have a $20 bill tied up in them.
 
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