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What type of Hydraulic Oil do I use in my B2.2 Yanmar Excavator?

So far I have not needed but due to slight leak in one ram I think I need to top up supply as buzzer (low oil) often sounds when in use

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Hydraulic oil used in an industrial system is a special oil as it has to handle high pressure, temperature variations and be wear resistant for the mechanics. Shell have a tellus range that will do the job, Penrite pro hydraulic 46 is used as well. Some companies say a non detergent 30 grade engine oil . Contact Tutt Bryant ( yanmar dealers) on line and get what they recommend as it is inadvisable to mix grades

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SOURCE: How do you top up the oil in the cabriolet hydraulic ram

if ur talking about the ram that hoods the hood up theres no oil its like a shock when it wears out u replace it

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