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jimmy when i raise the stabilizer right or left but mosstly right one it sounds like it puts quite a strain on the hydro system and motor if when revved up and also a quite a bit of oil iis left on the ram when cylinder is down it dosent seem to get cleaned of by the seal like the others. and also the rearend seems to give a loud clunck when you put it into reverse almost like the driveshaft spins then catches
AJ Lifting the legs does make the engine sound as its labouring,its normal,the rod been wed means the seal is leaking and needs resealing,the clunk in the axle could be a tooth missing off the ring or bull gear,you would need drain the oil from the axle and remove the plate covering the diff and have a look before more damage is done.

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