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Re: proper venting hyd.tank

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02-06-2013 09:05:04

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When I get A chance I will help clear up the confusion. I have a set up just like your pictures. I will take some pictures. I also will scan the parts book that list the two different boxes. BUT there are no refference pictures for the UTS set up just part numbers.
As far as the vent this was disscussed on the other web site awhille back. Basicly no Hyd oil gets to the engine. It is A clean way to vent the Hyd. It doesen't draw in any outside dust or moisture. The oil in the tank is just rotating and flowing in and out. The only rise is from expansion and contraction, due to temperature. It might be possible with a single action loader or wagon hoist, if it was released quickly would cause a gush and force some fluid into the engine. A few drops of Type A or Dextron in the engine is not going to hurt anything.

Years back when Hyd Valve lifters first came out, they used to stick and clatter due to the oils of the day. We use to put Type A in the engine to clean them up from sticking, The clatter went away IT WORKED. No engine was ever damaged. Changed the oil after the treatment.

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02-06-2013 18:14:33

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 Re: proper venting hyd.tank in reply to MMDEL, 02-06-2013 09:05:04  
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Thank you for the information ! any pictures would really help.


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