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Re: Hydraulic lift does not lift all the way up

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Fred Cope

04-16-2013 08:51:46

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Soundguy, thank you. I would have replaced pin, ut thought it looked ok. I should have pulled it. Let me ask you, would not system compress under load. That is what I was taught about water & air in the USAF.

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Fred Cope

04-16-2013 09:00:10

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 Re: Hydraulic lift does not lift all the way up in reply to Fred Cope, 04-16-2013 08:51:46  
Correction: trying to ask "if the presence of air or water would contribute to failure of lift to raise as high, because they will compress more than oil." Right?

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04-16-2013 09:59:28

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 Re: Hydraulic lift does not lift all the way up in reply to Fred Cope, 04-16-2013 09:00:10  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeAir will resolve itselfover s short period of use & water, while bad for corrosion, is as incompressible as oil. Did you ever say whether it will lift all the way in DRAFT mode?

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04-16-2013 09:58:56

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 Re: Hydraulic lift does not lift all the way up in reply to Fred Cope, 04-16-2013 09:00:10  
water, as a fluid, is just as uncompressable as oil. air compresses.. but that piston seal is not air tight, and thus will self bleed.

EVEN IF there was air in there.. the air would compress and or escape AND the system would still ultimately reach full height

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