Hydraulic Jack Question

Discussion in 'Class A / Diesel Pushers' started by bandalop, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. bandalop

    bandalop Member

    Tires off the ground?

    I do not lift the MH high enough to get the tires off the ground, just high enough to take some of the weight off the tires and suspension.
    I have read that it is recommended that you do not lift a MH high enough to have the tires "dangling" in the air. The MH brakes are useless if the rear tires are off the ground and the front suspension is not designed to have the weight of the wheels hanging.
  2. AnnieGao

    AnnieGao Junior Member

    first the jack vertical remove the plug use the right fluid in a oil can to fill the jack up then it takes time to fill when oil is to the top install plug and test it may take time or two to remove air in the end should have a working jack good luck


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