YUCK!!! Look at this hydraulic fluid!

NoPaint Posted By NoPaint, Feb 4, 2011 at 6:15 PM

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  1. NoPaint

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    You can't tell how much water there was before that stuff started flowing. The tank has no drain so I have to use a suction pump. Right now there is an iceberg in the tank so im slowly melting that so I can get all the water out.
     

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  2. tiber

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    Dont you want to go the other way and freeze it so the water becomes slush and can be filtered out with a coffee filter?
     
  3. NoPaint

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    What I mean is that I am melting the iceberg in the tank so i can suck all of that liquid out. I won't be reusing the oil but instead replacing it with new "Coastal Economy Hydraulic Fluid."
     
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    you pulled your oil out of the ocean in new orleans?
     
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    Looks like a drum to me.
    So what's the deal? Why water in hydro?
     
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    Pull the hose off the bottom and drain.
    Where's the intake?
    What's the tank on?
     
  8. NoPaint

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    Already got it cleaned out. Main problem now is that I need to rebuild or replace the ram. See my other post. I need some suggestions on what diameter to get. I think the one on there is about 4" diameter on the body of it. What is everyone else running?
     
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