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|Charles||i replaced a o-ring on the swing arm cylinder on a international harvester 4314 and i need to bleed the hydraulic lines ..what is the easiest way..out riggers and swing arm wont move...is this a standard o-ring?
|Hugh MacKay||Charles: You don't need to bleed a hydrailic system. Just work the cylinder full stroke about a dozen times and any air will come back to the reservior and exhaust through the breather.
|Charles||the o-ring that blew out looks flat sided instead of completely oval...is this a different type o-ring? could that keep the fluid from circulating properly?
|Charles||thanks for the help Hugh...everything is working fine again.
|Hugh MacKay||Charles: You are talking about a tractor-backhoe I'm not familiar with. When I responded about your air problem, I was quoting the solution for removing air from any hydraulic system.
If you go to a site called CaseIH parts online, you should be able to see this O ring, however I doubt if detail will be good enough to tell whether O ring is round or flat sided. It may require a trip to the dealer.
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