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Old 01-09-2013, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by White Gardens View Post
Does not matter. If you pull any hoses, replace any fluid or anything of the sort you are supposed to use an evacuator. It's the air bubbles in the system, not the lack of oil.

You basically run there of getting an air lock either in a pump or motor and burning it up while the system tries to purge the air.

Think of it this way too, if you replaced caliper on a car, would you assume you had enough oil in the caliper tomake it function properly, or would you bleed the system?
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I kinda hear you but that sucking device isn't going to get all the air out or
all the oil. This rebuild isn't much different than doing a oil change or replacing a pump or wheel motor. I have done them and watched many done and I have never seen anybody using a suction device. Just put oil in start it up with wheels off the ground and run it until it fixes it self. Yes there is apparently air inthe system and I don't know where it goes but the units will eventually start driving. Am I doing something really wrong?
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