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Old 01-02-2013, 07:30 PM
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exmark laser hydro issues

i have a 2004 exmark laser 60'' model lz27kc604. The problem is with the right side hydro.. the crew leader says never had a problem with it however the mower has been sitting 2 weeks and now we went to winterze it and right side hydro is surging and groaning.. then it works ok and now its just at a stand still. There is a lot of oil around some areas but dont think its from hoses? i replaced one hose 2 months ago and all was fine,i checked reservoir and it was low so i filled it..and then checked oil with a magnet and no metal in it..
my problem is i am ready to but a $575 hydro pump from dealer but unsure if thats the problem?? also i tried to bleed system of air by driving it... now i read its supposed to be off the ground, does it really matter?? piston slapper?? ur the exmark guro..thanks guys
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