Posted by Jim in NY on November 03, 2012 at 07:52:34 from (126.96.36.199):
Sound Guy... Jim here , havent been on the site in awhile and am getting around to changing the engine in my '62 2000 backhoe this early winter; and have had some leaks on the front crank mounted HYD pump for the hoe/ bucket and want to cure the leaks while I have everything apart. How can I tell what kind of pump it is , etc . ??? My initial thoughts are to change seals , etc. however as we all know that may not be a fix for it, entirely !
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