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TW10 hydro loss with no leaking

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Robert Tanck

05-13-2012 17:47:53

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My brother has a TW10 which I have been operating for the past three days. I have used 5 gal in approx 25 hrs to keep the hyd somewhat close to full. Where is all this fluid going with no apparent leak. Any ideas? Thanks in advance, R. Tanck

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05-17-2012 15:30:35

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 Re: TW10 hydro loss with no leaking in reply to Larry NCKS, 05-13-2012 17:47:53  
Also check the steel lines to the radiator as the hydraulic oil is cooled by the radiator. Check the radiator for leaks also.

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05-14-2012 04:59:31

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 Re: TW10 hydro loss with no leaking in reply to Robert Tanck, 05-13-2012 17:47:53  
Unless you are running stationary equipment a gal. in five hours is not going to be that obvious. Are you running an hydraulically operated implement that may have a leak? I lost a gal. in about two hours pulling the fertilizer spreader a few weeks ago.

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Robert Tanck

05-14-2012 23:28:05

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 Re: TW10 hydro loss with no leaking in reply to showcrop, 05-14-2012 04:59:31  
I will clean the coupler area next time I operate this tractor. It does have a little evidence of slight drip but does not look like 5 gal worth. With his 190xt on same equipment I haven't noticed the loss of fluid

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05-13-2012 21:21:03

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 Re: TW10 hydro loss with no leaking in reply to Robert Tanck, 05-13-2012 17:47:53  
Look harder for the leak.... a bucket of oil doesn't just disappear without some sign.
I'd check carefully around the clutch housing. It may have a front seal leak and it's draining out the housing drain at the cotter pin.
Could also be a dual power leak and it's draining the same way...


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