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Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil

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01-03-2013 17:43:02

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Ram extended means with the cylinder all the way open as in up or lifting. If it was the other way it would have said rams closed as in all the way pushed in. Understand??

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Chris hauser

01-03-2013 18:15:52

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 Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil in reply to old, 01-03-2013 17:43:02  
thank you I can see oil down in there so I will have to add more then thanks for the help I just wasnt 100 percent sure didnt want to over fill it. I understand what your saying

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Brian G. NY

01-03-2013 19:55:40

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 Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil in reply to Chris hauser, 01-03-2013 18:15:52  
Chris, the hydraulic filler is the only compartment with a "bayonet" dipstick for checking the oil level. It is the one most forward on the tractor.
It is clearly indicated on the dipstick the "full" and "add" levels with the rams extended.
All the other compartments have only pipe plugs and they are filled up level with the openings.

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01-03-2013 18:29:48

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 Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil in reply to Chris hauser, 01-03-2013 18:15:52  
If you where say filling the oil level on a loader then you would want them closed but most tractor hyd systems as in 3 point or other such have the lift cylinder extended since most are small capacity system so you need more to work as they should. On others they have a extend level and a closed level which makes it easy to figure out either way

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Chris hauser

01-03-2013 18:35:41

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 Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil in reply to old, 01-03-2013 18:29:48  
I apreciate the help this is my first tractor with hydraulics

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01-03-2013 18:38:54

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 Re: Checking the Hydraulic Oil in reply to Chris hauser, 01-03-2013 18:35:41  
I always do my best to help if and when I can. I have to many tractor my self at close to 30 and most common brands/colors

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