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Does any one have an idea about how to stop moisture from getting into the oil. I purchased a backhoe that had water in the system. It had damaged the pump. We fixed the pump I ran some oil through the system with the rear end off the ground, drained it and changed filter before new oil and and after running it raised. It gets water(moisture) in it again. I know it will ruin the pump and other parts if not stopped. Hope someone can help. Thanks in advance.
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