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Re: TO-35 Hydraulics

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04-15-2013 16:44:06

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Could be a leak, there are numerous o-rings throughout the hydraulic system. Start with the stand pipe because it's easy, two bolts and it's out. Does it leak down quickly? 3 years might be a long time if you get a wide range of temperatures and condensation builds up but even then it's not likely the entire cause. What temperature are you operating it in? Does it get any better after it has been used for 30-40 minutes? There may be a screen on the pump but my '59 does not have one, usually later ones had screens. Is it smooth or jerky on lifting?
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04-15-2013 19:46:25

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 Re: TO-35 Hydraulics in reply to Inno, 04-15-2013 16:44:06  
Not sure about the leak down time. I have not timed it but I will tomorrow. I am in North Carolina and it's fairly mild temps around here. It never sees 0-10deg. Lowest is usually 20-25deg. Gets hot in summer. It still lifts very slow even after running for an hour or more. It raises smooth but REALLY slow !! By the way, where is the stand pipe? Tks, Andy

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