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Old 07-18-2010, 04:04 PM   #15
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Just took mine off and had new seals put in $100.00 6 bolts and nuts and one hose fitting.
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Bleeding the air?

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Just took mine off and had new seals put in $100.00 6 bolts and nuts and one hose fitting.

Thanks John and everyone else who has replied your insights have been very helpful, I took mine off yesterday (6 bolts and a hose fitting). Taking to the shop today for new seals. When you re-installed did you;

1) pre fill the cylinder
2) bleed the line
3) add fluid to the tank

Or simply re-attach everything?
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Mile Hi on mine he tested it and I let it set over night with the hose fitting down to drain all the fluid out that he tested it with. Then installed the next day pre Power Gear they are self bleeding cylinders. just run it to the max height 3 times, after the first lift While still up in the air I checked for leaks (none). Then while all the jack were extended I sprayed them with silicone. Lowered and raised them 3 more times and added trans fluid to tank. All is well and NO leaks....
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