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Old 07-16-2017, 12:23 PM
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Default what is the temperature at he hydraulic pump?

With a temperature probe, what is the temperature on the hydraulic pump? Does not matter of make. Just after a good amount of use. Im curious at what temperature others are at. I'm seeing up to 48c.
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Default Re: what is the temperature at he hydraulic pump?

I don't have a probe, mine are always just warm to the touch after a batt or two. I'm never outside in the sun with them.
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Default Re: what is the temperature at he hydraulic pump?

Keep the oil under 160 degree Fahrenheit , and you'll be fine!
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Default Re: what is the temperature at he hydraulic pump?

The ShellTellus 15 I use doesn't start to break down till fairly high temp, should be fine up to at least 65—70C in the longterm, with an absolute Max of 115c higher than that and it will lose its lubricating properties
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