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Old 15 September 2010, 06:15   #1
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Hydraulic leaking? Picture included

Looks like a seal has gone or something? what are your thoughts on the below?

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Emulsified oil, (oil & water mixed) not a good sign!
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Emulsified oil, (oil & water mixed) not a good sign!
Indeed.... I guessed that much!
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Spaldings will fix it, if your not good with spanners!.
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And you want to be wary of high pressure fluid in there too !! (not to demean your knowledge or ability but) .. do some good research before you attempt a fix if you plan to do it yourself
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While you've got your sleeves rolled up, take a look at the tilt tube and steering bushes too. There's a lot of wear in the paintwork on the inside of the saddle on the starboard side, which could be due to play in these moving parts.
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