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Old 08-13-2014, 05:35 PM
burtandruss burtandruss is offline
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Originally Posted by Tanum View Post
As wheels are hydraulic motor driven I would start there. Any good hydraulic guy would be able to rectify it quickly. Had same problem on similar machine. Transpired it was a faulty valve. While he was at machine he changed all the O rings too, full system flush and new oil. No problems since.
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Do you think the problem would be more likely to lie in the wheel motor or the hydro pump?
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