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Re: live with leaking lift or repair?

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Tiger Joe

08-04-2014 10:58:21

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the plan is to open the side cover up and take a look one evening when I have some time.
If i dont see major drips, I might throw a new valve in just because it so simple
I dont have any kids so if I leave something in the air on the back of my tractor, nobody is going to be around it anyway

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08-05-2014 06:00:15

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 Re: live with leaking lift or repair? in reply to Tiger Joe, 08-04-2014 10:58:21  
45 minutes? not driving you batty with 'corrections' while running?

I'd leave it alone. The smallest snafu during the repair, and it will be worse than that....

I've had new tractors that leaked down after a few hours.

Complaining to the manufacturer does no good at all.

"some minimal leakdown is normal"

Telling them that my 70 year old tractors don't leak doesn't work either.......

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Up to you....but the gremlins that control machinery breakdowns will always wait for the time your foot, etc, is under it, before they do the full hydraulic failure dirty trick...

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08-05-2014 04:54:47

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When I was a thirteen year old kid, if you had a tractor in my neighborhood, I would have been around it one way or another.

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