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My hydraulic system on my 22 ton huskee log splitter stoped working

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Check oil level first.

Posted on Nov 21, 2012

  • Ken Daly
    Ken Daly Dec 27, 2014

    Checked oil level, still won't work. Heard noise coming from below the motor, then it quit, fully extended.

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SOURCE: i have a 4052 mcCulloch

Not having a mcCULLOCH manual I dont know what they reccomend,but on mine I just use HI grade industrial/commercial hydraulic fluid. I have been using this for 15 years and have had no trouble. I change oil and filter every year. Thank you.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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