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Re: bobcat 743 hydraulic question

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Posted by david val on March 19, 2004 at 10:56:57 from (

In Reply to: bobcat 743 hydraulic question posted by Danny on March 17, 2004 at 16:24:29:

i don't know the 743, but if is hydrostatic, then the motor is coupled to the hydrostatic (travel) pumps. the hydraulic pump, which is also the hydrostatic charge pump, is attached to these pumps. if you stopped the engine immediatly after it stopped moving, there is a chance that there is no damage. you have to replace the burst line (while exercising EXTREME clealiness), add oil and try it. if it worked more then a few seconds in high rpm without oil, there is a cance of a damage.

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