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Old 04-11-2011, 02:58 PM   #1
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Hi all just wondering if anyone out here has ever changed the reservoir on the levelers. If any of you have done this job ,could you walk me through on how to take it off.I'm thinking it may unscrew some how.I felt all around the top of reservoir and can't find any bolts holding it on.Also would like to know if any of you ever had a small pin hole like leak at bottom of reservoir.This small hole is enough to loose fluid under pressure and when jacks aren't down.Can this small hole be fixed or is it to the point that reservoir has to be replaced.I'm hoping it can be fixed some how ,because the cost of a replacement reservoir is very costly.

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Old 04-12-2011, 02:41 PM   #2
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Yes to all the above. 4 small bolts hold the tank to the pump, Weld the leak. The tank is NOT under pressure. Search Power Gear on this site and all will be revealed.

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yes also, Buford is spot on.
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