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Topic: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak
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rhouston

05-31-2003 09:52:29
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This is a picture of the hose that leaks\weeps. I requested the owner get me the service manual for it. Is that a standard type hose I could get at NAPA or such? When it is replaced what should I do about the air introduced to the line ? The line either returns to or comes from the transmission. I figured on parking on a hill to keep the tube above the level of the trans to prevent loosing fluid while changing it. I would appreciate any advice you could give.

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Jon DePratt

06-02-2003 07:57:09
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Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to rhouston, 05-31-2003 09:52:29  
You shouldn't really run into any problems. If you do just crack a hydrucalic line on the tractor to get the air out. But i don't really see why changing that hose would be any different than just changing the fluid in the tractor, and we don't have any problems with air getting in them when we change fluid.

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rhouston Thanks Jon

06-03-2003 10:01:19
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Re: Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to Jon DePratt, 06-02-2003 07:57:09  
that is the same as the other advise I got so I will go with it. Thanks again

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Robert in W. Mi

06-03-2003 20:31:58
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Re: Re: Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to rhouston Thanks Jon, 06-03-2003 10:01:19  
Is it time to change the fluid anyway???? Might be a good idea!!!

Make sure you clean out that new line VERY GOOD before installing it!!

Robert

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rhouston

06-04-2003 11:16:41
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to Robert in W. Mi, 06-03-2003 20:31:58  
I haven't checked the schedule yet. the tractor is at 128 hours

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Jon DePratt

06-05-2003 12:56:48
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to rhouston, 06-04-2003 11:16:41  
are you sure the hour meter is working.. those have a record of failing pretty easy on these modles. usually its the hour meter that fails.

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rhouston

06-10-2003 11:05:09
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Kioti LK3054 Oil leak in reply to Jon DePratt, 06-05-2003 12:56:48  
It's owned by a little old lady (my mom) who only has it to brush hog about 10 acres twice a year. I will keep an eye on the hour meter though.

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