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Old 03-28-2009, 12:19 PM
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Stander Hydraulic Fluid Capacity

I can't find anywhere the capacity for hydraulic fluid. How much fluid does it require? Thanks.
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I can't find anywhere the capacity for hydraulic fluid. How much fluid does it require? Thanks.
Good Morning jtkplc,

Using the mower info included in your signature:

Small Standers (36") - Initial fill should be 1 1/2 qts...System Capacity is 2 1/2qts.

Big Standers (52") - Initial fill should be 4 qts...System Capacity is 5 qts.

Hope that helps! Please don't hestitate to contact me should you have further questions or concerns.

Kind regards,

Jillian Jensen
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Old 03-31-2009, 12:27 PM
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Good Morning jtkplc,

Using the mower info included in your signature:

Small Standers (36") - Initial fill should be 1 1/2 qts...System Capacity is 2 1/2qts.

Big Standers (52") - Initial fill should be 4 qts...System Capacity is 5 qts.

Hope that helps! Please don't hestitate to contact me should you have further questions or concerns.

Kind regards,

Jillian Jensen
Wright Manufacturing, Inc.
jillianj@wrightmfg.com
www.wrightmfg.com
Thanks for your help.
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