Topic: Re: DROTT SKIDLOADER
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I think that most cylinders of that vintage had chevron type seals,there were two sets on each piston,those seals were directional,the vee facing the pressure so it is possible to have down pressure and no lift,test the cylinders by removing the return hose one side at a time,if the oil is bypassing the piston it will come from the return outlet.
Re: DROTT SKIDLOADER in reply to AJ., 04-14-2013 17:48:37
|Thanks Al, |
That makes perfect sense and is easy enough to do as that side of the cylinder is easy to get to.
If only one of the cylinders was leaking would the other not even try to lift?
My loader doesnt even twitch when I try to lift,there is just nothing
Thanks very much for your help
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