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Old 11-04-2012, 10:57 PM
hdcab hdcab is offline
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Changing oil in Hydraulics ?

I need a little help here. I have a 2006 52" fastrack 20HP Kohler and need to change my oil and filters for my hydraulics per my 210 Hrs. I have changed oil and done brakes on all my vehicles and atv's. Is this a difficult task? It will be new to me. Any suggestions or tips anyone can give, such as bleeding them out when finished and what type of oil to use for replacement?
PJ, my #'s are as follows. Can you give me the part #'s I need?

MDL#927459
SN#06052521
SV600S
SV600-0007
3606113873

Thanks,
Bryan
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:01 AM
hustlermidwest hustlermidwest is offline
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Bryan,
My good friend PJ has moved on and I have been asked to cover for him until a suitable replacement can be found. There is no need for bleeding the drive system after the changing of the oil. These are self bleeding units.
If you go to our Website you'll find on the bottom a tab that says manuals. By clicking on that you will be able to download the parts and the owners manuals for you machine. They are broken down by serial numbers. If you require a service manual for your machine shoot me an email and I'll forward one to you. Changing the drive oil is simple, easier than a car.

hustlermidwest@aol.com
Brian O
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Old 04-23-2013, 08:37 PM
hustlermidwest hustlermidwest is offline
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All you need to do is go to our website hustlerturf.com and on the bottom of the page is a link to manuals. find the manual for your model of machine and you can download it. It will give you the step by step how to change your oil in your specific machine.

Brian O
 

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