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g450 cotter pins near rear hydraulic drain plug

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windy ridge

05-18-2020 03:12:02




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changed hydraulic fluid in a g450 yesterday.today I noticed hyd fluid dripping from the cotter pins sticking through the bottom of the tractor near the rear drain plug.wasnt leaking there before.what are these?any ideas why it would leak there?thanks




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windy ridge

05-19-2020 12:49:26




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 Re: g450 cotter pins near rear hydraulic drain plug in reply to windy ridge, 05-18-2020 03:12:02  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see I filled it to the top line of the dip stick.If it was overfilled is there a possibility it would run out of those holes?



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J.Wondergem

05-19-2020 04:36:26




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 Re: g450 cotter pins near rear hydraulic drain plug in reply to windy ridge, 05-18-2020 03:12:02  
Maybe it got a piece of dirt in it.



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windy ridge

05-19-2020 03:12:29




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 Re: g450 cotter pins near rear hydraulic drain plug in reply to windy ridge, 05-18-2020 03:12:02  
yes checking around some and that seems to be what they say.i cant figure out why changing fluids made is start leaking.



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rustred

05-18-2020 16:43:38




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 Re: g450 cotter pins near rear hydraulic drain plug in reply to windy ridge, 05-18-2020 03:12:02  
not familiar with that model but I would think it a drain for when the seal or seals leak. the cotter pin prevents plugging. the oil can run out. some times they are used in vent plugs also.



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