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Old 09-21-2014, 01:30 PM   #1
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Hydraulic Fluid Reservior

I have a 2001 American Tradition and my Hydraulic Fluid Reservior Tank has either been stolen or it fell off. Has anyone heard of this happening before?
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I have a 2001 American Tradition and my Hydraulic Fluid Reservior Tank has either been stolen or it fell off. Has anyone heard of this happening before?

WOW, I don't think I have ever seen a post like this!
Do you see any hoses dangling?? Where was the tank, in the rear?
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That's a new one to me. Lines left hanging with a huge puddle?

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It is hydraulic tank for the Power Gear leveling jacks pump. Two 14 inch hoses are hanging. Looks like 3 screws holes are empty and manifold looked like tank might screw on with 2-3 threads. Tank is passenger side in last compartment opening which gives access to side of engine.
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That's different than the engine hydraulic system (and I'm not even sure your ISC will have one of those).

Sounds like somebody needed a hydraulic leveler pump like yours. I can't imagine all the screws falling out and the pump coming off the bracket.

There should be either three or four hydraulic hoses, though, depending on the number of jacks on the rig. Probably three on a 2001?
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