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Old 10-17-2012, 11:07 AM
xstatikplus xstatikplus is online now
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Ferris hydrocut transmission question

First question is would running a sulky with a 32" hydrocut put enough strain on the walking system to pop the seal and cause it to drip oil? Second question is does anyone know how to put more oil in it?
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Old 10-18-2012, 09:57 AM
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First question is would running a sulky with a 32" hydrocut put enough strain on the walking system to pop the seal and cause it to drip oil? Second question is does anyone know how to put more oil in it?
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Sorry I have no answer, just another question is your 32 a dd, if not how is it turning
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Old 10-18-2012, 04:37 PM
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Raw muscle, no brakes......with a sulky it isn't that just isn't good for striping. But all you need is 2 lines in the center and loop around with the chute facing out pushes all the clippings and leaves to the sides.......getting back to my questions....come on guys I'm not playing stump the sight!!! Seriously need some help. The hydrocut has a transaxle system and I've researched online and found nothing. It's our newest machine and the boss didn't want a sulky on it meaning the sulky will get the blame for the oil leaking so I need to fix it before he notices
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