View Full Version : Hydro hoses rubbing and wearing
06-23-2008, 01:09 AM
I purchased a 36 rh in 2006 and a 48 rh in 2007, both machines are having major issues with the hydro hoses rubbing on the frame and on the engine cover. The engine cover is actually wearing away. Needless to say the hoses are wearing away also. I paid a lot of money for these machines and the last thing I would suspect is such an issue. What now? an unnecessary expense of replacement hoses on both machines?
O'Donnell's Landscape Management, Inc.
06-23-2008, 08:43 AM
On my 36 the hoses rubbed a hole in the hydro filter.
looks like its about to do it again.
06-23-2008, 12:32 PM
Yea thats a major problem you would think with all the engineering that goes into these machines they wouldn't look over such a major detail. I mean is it so hard to address this issue, why should the consumer be burdened with unnecessary additional expenses.
06-24-2008, 11:32 PM
Still no response? to me that means Wright either is ignoring the issue or has no plans to resolve the issue.
06-25-2008, 09:54 AM
I have forwarded your comments to our Research & Development team for review. I will ensure a prompt response once they've had a chance to research.
Thank you for your patience!
Sales & Marketing Administrator
06-25-2008, 03:23 PM
Also my exhaust shield that was added after purchasing has been rewelded twice and now the dealer wants to charge for the 3rd weld since im out of waranty,and I never recieved a responce about the blow out I get on the left side of the deck using a mulch kit. I have some unhapy customers because it fills there swimming pools with grass. This is the only mulch kit I have run that does this and I need a fix.
06-26-2008, 10:53 AM
Thank you for your patience while we at Wright Manufacturing continually work on improving our products. Feedback like yours from our customers is a crucial component to both our pursuit of product development, as well as our customer satisfaction.
In regards to your current issue of the rubbing and wearing of your hydro hoses, we have previously addressed a similar, if not the same problem. The prior solution was to lengthen the hoses and redirect the fittings from their original configuration. This greatly minimized the issue at hand. In order to better assist you, would you mind contacting me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to further correspond so that I may gain more details of the problem?
Again, thank you for sharing this information. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Sales & Marketing Administrator
Wright Manufacturing, Inc.
301-360-9810 Ext. 3003
06-30-2008, 08:08 AM
Also my exhaust shield that was added after purchasing has been rewelded twice.
08-14-2008, 07:09 PM
I feel it is only fair to say thank you so much Wright and all their staff for their extremely professional customer service. For me customer service comes hand in hand with a quality product and they have provided both. I absolutely would not run my business without the RH standers, and to have Wrights support is so valuable and important in running my business. Again thank you for solving my issues, you have my business for life, hands down.
Owner O'Donnell's Landscape Management, Inc.
10-03-2008, 09:06 AM
I'm having the same vibrating/rubbing issues also. I just caught it at about 80 hrs. The machine is a 36" Stander that now has 115hrs. My quick fix is two short bungee cords. I supported the hoses on each side w/one of the bugees by routing it through and over the support for the steering/operating platform. Anyways i have ? concerning the hydro reserve tank. I need to check the level hydro fluid in the reserve. Do i need to bleed the air from the system after checking/adding fluid?
10-03-2008, 09:36 AM
When checking or adding oil to the hydro system there is no reason to bleed the system of air, unless the fluid was run below the feed port in the tank and air entered the system.
Wright Mfg. Service Dept.
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