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2135 Hydralic Fluid Change
|Jeremy||The hydralic fluid on my 2135 Massy is pretty milky looking so I assume I got some water in someplace.
I'd like to change it all. I have a loader - model 200 I believe. It seems to lift more slowly and studder some when lifing it up or down. The loader also leaks slowly from the control valves where the pipe fitting thread into the valve body. Is there another place to check the level of fluid other than the dipstick located near the draft control? Is there something seperate for the loader?
Does anybody know the correct procedure to change out all the hydralic fluid? What it the capacity?
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