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Re: 80W90 hydraulic oil

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05-05-2013 05:53:50

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Well, looks like I"ll be adding a little and hoping for the best..No way I"m going to put $250 in the belly of a off brand Zetor tractor.Thanks

Oil looks a little milky on the dipstick. I guess there might be a small chance that a hyd oil change might help the problem I'm having where it lowere about 10" then raises then lowers then raises when I am transporting a HEAVY box blade...What u think?
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05-05-2013 16:34:53

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 Re: 80W90 hydraulic oil in reply to TOM N MS, 05-05-2013 05:53:50  
I bet you will lose that "milky" look if you run the machine long enough to evaporate the water outta the oil. We call that "got to use the machine to "BURN the WATER" out.

By the I use an old time MILK STRAINER with the proper filters to reclaim the oil outta machinery. Pour through the milk strainer, and re-install . Later check the filter for metals, etc.

Oil doesn't wear out....just gets black for some reason.

John,pa Depression baby raised.

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05-05-2013 16:52:25

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 Re: 80W90 hydraulic oil in reply to MILKY..John,PA, 05-05-2013 16:34:53  
Drained it out today..Looked really bad-looked just like chocolate milk shake(color) Don"t think I would want it back in anything..

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05-06-2013 04:30:46

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 Re: 80W90 hydraulic oil in reply to TOM N MS, 05-05-2013 16:52:25  
How much did you get.I find the 25 gallons a bit much unless it is a giant tractor.I paid 7.00 a gallon last year.Check with a tractor shop , they should have it in barrels at a lower cost.

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05-06-2013 16:08:46

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 Re: 80W90 hydraulic oil in reply to 36 coupe, 05-06-2013 04:30:46  
Blind in one eye and can"t see much out of the other one(true story)..Anyway need 26.9 bought 2 buckets(5 gal) at $44.00..$8.80 per gal is a little high but was convenient--within rocks throw of where I work.. Another local place wanted $11.25 per gal--thankfully I know the guy who owns the place and he is old enough his wants won"t hurt him..I"m not going to give $56.25 for 5 gal if I can get suitable oil for $44.

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