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Old 09-28-2010, 03:00 PM
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ericg, thanks for that link I will have a good look at my belts and stuff before I replace the hydro huh :-)

It wasn't the the hydro doing damage to the drive axel it was the other way around.... I cant find the post now but it said something like a worn drive axel could cause a new hydro to overwork and fail prematurely, and the advise was to replace the drive axel along with the hydro.

Thanks, Les.
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