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Richard Denkha

05-13-2013 08:18:09
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Hi their, I found out that my 8n that I bought from my neighbor, before when he owned it, he put 80W90 gear oil GL-5 in their. Do you think that ruined or harmed the 3 point system, hydraulic pump and the lift cylinder etc? thank you.




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soundguy

05-13-2013 08:33:17
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 Re: hydraulic lift problem in reply to Richard Denkha, 05-13-2013 08:18:09  
the 80w90 gl 4/5 oil surely didn't harm the lift cyl. as fo rthe pump. that's a hair split. No.. t dodn't hurt the pump. technically.. the sulfur compounds in the oil MAY attack the yellow metal in the pump. that is a long, long term issue. and not something that you worry about short term. that said. many 80w90 gl4/5 oils are also mt1 rated and or yellow metal safe anyway. so may be a completely moot point.. not just a point of 'minutia'.

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Richard Denkha

05-13-2013 10:52:39
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 Re: hydraulic lift problem in reply to soundguy, 05-13-2013 08:33:17  
thank you for the help.



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