Topic: Re: proper venting hyd.tank
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I have never tried to post pictures on this site. But we will try. The parts book page is on another computer and it is shut down now, will post it in the morning. Hope you can tell by these pictures what I am talking about.The one picture shows where the vent tube goes in the right rear of the Hyd box. The one shows were the vent pipe comes from the left side of the engine behind the engine block and in front of the LP tank. The other shows the fill pipe. This pipe is shorter than the one on yours. I think the parts book gives the length. Now looking at it one would say the fill level is higher than the vent so fluid is going to run into the engine. But the parts book says there is a stand pipe on the inside of that vent pipe connection. Since you don't know the history of yours you will have to make sure that it is in place. There is two ways you can check. One of course would be to take the side plate off and look in. The other would be to take your plug out and fill with fluid and see if it runs out the vent fitting before it gets full. If not you should be OK. You might want to shorten your fill pipe so you can't overfill.
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