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1750 two speed

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dfarms

02-11-2019 06:07:31




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I have a 1750 gas with a two speed hydo power.I have a leak at the nut or plug that the line that lops up and goes back into the housing .Cont get it out .How does it come out?




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02-11-2019 18:08:30




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 Re: 1750 two speed in reply to dfarms, 02-11-2019 06:07:31  
Thanks that is the same as I have.I thought that it might be that way.



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Mike(NEOhio)

02-11-2019 17:04:54




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 Re: 1750 two speed in reply to dfarms, 02-11-2019 06:07:31  
If you mean the round piece that the upper elbow is screwed into, that's the end of what most guys call the banjo. The inner end is around the shaft. The part you see comes through a hole in the cover and is sealed with an O-ring. Mine leaks there. You have to pull the cover to replace it. I cleaned the oil off best I could and forced silicone into the seam till I can get it fixed. Still leaks but not so bad. Just keep the fluid topped up.

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