Here I am again, less than a week after sorting the leaking core plug problem! Got it back together and noticed an old hydraulic leak was worse than normal. May as well get it sorted while I'm in the mood and all my tools are in the shed. It's leaking from a pipe that comes out of the main casing by the brake pedals and back to the filter. The smaller pipe of the two. Maybe 1/2 inch diameter, 6 inches long to a coupling and a 90 degree bend where it goes into the casing: I tried tightening it a few years ago then bodged it with araldite which slowed it down but the time has come to replace it. So a couple of queries. I guess I need to drain the system first? I top it up every couple of weeks so I was hoping I can re-use the SUTO which should be fairly clean. I think this is the drain plug (square) which is just in front of the rear axle: Fill point is on top of the axle behind the seat so it makes sense? There is another hex plug a bit further forward next to the problem pipe and the brake pedals. Slightly lower down as well. It's in the middle of this photo: I can probably get the pipe out without dismantling anything else but I doubt I'll get a standard solid pipe back in without stripping it down. It seems to be wedged in tight behind the brake lock. So the question is whether to go to a pipe shop and get a flexi pipe, routed slightly differently, or go for the original pipe which would mean taking off the foot plate, brake pedals and lock which doesn't look that easy. Planning to get a price on the original pipe from the local Ford dealer in the morning either way. Any help appreciated as always..