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Old 30-03-2016, 02:49 PM   #1
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XR2 hydraulic hoses

Currently finishing off the rebuild of my Ring 21 with old XR2 on the back.

At the moment nearly everything is in place but one job still outstanding is to replace the hydraulic hoses from the "remote" trim pump to the connections on the actual engine.

Can anyone provide the correct reference number for these hoses so I can get a couple ordered up?

On the engine I have one female and one male coupling and from the sites I have managed to check it appears like similar hoses come as male/female pairs.

I have checked on RIBs Marine parts site on the only hoses they have reference to are parts 32-89024A1 (port) and 23A2 (stbd) and these appear to be the fixed hoses as part of the 'transom bracket' assembly.

What I need is the connecting hose from these to the pump itself

The old installation manual offers a '6ft power trim hose extension kit' as reference number A-32-89023A1 but this also includes an electrical harness extension which I don't need.

Any help appreciated
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Old 30-03-2016, 03:26 PM   #2
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Currently finishing off the rebuild of my Ring 21 with old XR2 on the back.

At the moment nearly everything is in place but one job still outstanding is to replace the hydraulic hoses from the "remote" trim pump to the connections on the actual engine.

Can anyone provide the correct reference number for these hoses so I can get a couple ordered up?

On the engine I have one female and one male coupling and from the sites I have managed to check it appears like similar hoses come as male/female pairs.

I have checked on RIBs Marine parts site on the only hoses they have reference to are parts 32-89024A1 (port) and 23A2 (stbd) and these appear to be the fixed hoses as part of the 'transom bracket' assembly.

What I need is the connecting hose from these to the pump itself

The old installation manual offers a '6ft power trim hose extension kit' as reference number A-32-89023A1 but this also includes an electrical harness extension which I don't need.

Any help appreciated
I think ive got a spare set. If intrested il hunt them out
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Old 30-03-2016, 03:54 PM   #3
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Old 30-03-2016, 03:57 PM   #4
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I think ive got a spare set. If intrested il hunt them out
Hi mate, I would certainly be interested. If you can dig them out and give me a price it would be great.

I have just posted a photo of the couplings on the transom side just to show what I am trying to match up with

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There are standard factory fittings. Il have a look wont be till friday tho
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Old 30-03-2016, 09:02 PM   #6
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[QUOTE=blackbeard;260305]There are standard factory fittings. Il have a look wont be till friday tho[/QUOTE

That's no problem at all - just PM me when you get the chance
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