Topic: Re: Farmall M Hydraulic system problem
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If the cylinders are single action, the leak should be extrenal if they are leaking. Some single actions have a drain hose off the rod end and if that's the case and the cylinder is leaking, oil should comeout that drain hose. If they are double action, capping both sides and doing like jan... says, they are leaking past the piston. As for the hole in the cap, that's a breather for the reservoir. Hole will be cross drilled through the wrench flats and the inside will be drilled to intersect that cross drill. There should be a porous bronze insert inside the cap to keep dirt out.
This post was edited by IH fan at 09:36:13 11/16/12 2 times.
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