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Tracks were getting really unresponsive so I checked hydraulic filter. Does not appear to have been changed. This machine is a 1994 and has near 4000 hours. Real great machine but where to get this filter??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It may be the seals swelling as the fluid heats up from use. Are you using trans. fluid or the 'blue stuff' designed for hydraulic systems? I had a similar problem with my 1st plow truck, I found that spraying the seals at the shafts of the up/down piston and angle pistons seemed to help, although only for a while, requiring spraying every few driveways. Some fluids (trans.) can cause the seals to swell, although I can't recall what type. Unfortunately, to really fix this you probably need to drain the system again, and replace all the seals, and refill with the 'blue' fluid.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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