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Winterizing Construction Equipment

It's suddenly gotten pretty cold here in Texas where we are located, but we have customers from all of the country that have to deal with cold weather issues at temperatures far lower than what we ever get. In this Shop Talk Blog post, we are going to take a look at how to keep your equipment running in genuinely cold weather.

 

 


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Hydraulic Hoses and Final Drives

by Dr McCaslin | Feb 25, 2019 |

Hydraulics, Hydraulic Lines, hydraulic hoses

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Hydraulic lines, whether they are stiff pipes or flexible hoses, act as a key part of the circulatory system for your hydraulic machines.  Here are some hints and tips for dealing with the hydraulic hoses that connect your final drive to your machine’s hydraulic system.


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Causes of Hydraulic Hose Failure on Heavy Equipment

by Jim Strong | Feb 15, 2018 |

Hydraulic Lines, hydraulic hoses

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Hydraulic hoses are the circulatory system of your hydraulic machine. When they fail, the entire machine can compromised. In this Shop Talk Blog post, we are going to talk about some of the most common causes of hydraulic hose failure on heavy equipment, and what can be done to prevent those failures.

5 Things to Avoid Doing with Hydraulic Lines

by Dr McCaslin | Nov 09, 2017 |

Hydraulics, Hydraulic Lines, Hydraulic Fittings

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Hydraulic lines are a major part of any hydraulic system; the hydraulics on construction equipment such as skid steers, compact track loaders, and excavators are no exception. Since hydraulics are so vital to your equipment, we wanted to dedicate a Shop Talk Blog post to this subject. Whether you are maintaining your own equipment or restoring an older machine, here are five things you want to avoid doing with your hydraulic lines.

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