hydraulic lines hwh

Discussion in 'Class A / Diesel Pushers' started by roar_co, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. roar_co

    roar_co New Member

    howdy all
    i have a 93 pace arrow 33L. i have the 110 hwh hydraulic lift set up. i have to replace 2 hoses. the main one from the pump to the manual controls. and the one from control to lr jack.
    was wondering if it is like the brakes where i would have to bleed them after putting the new lines on.Is there anything i need to do or look for while changeing hoses out?

    thanx in advance
    Kevin ROAR_co
     
  2. racefan

    racefan New Member

    hydraulic lines hwh

    Should work fine but make sure you fill before using and check it after you put them up and down a few times :)
     
  3. Johnny-O

    Johnny-O New Member

    hydraulic lines hwh

    Hi Roar, I've replaced quit a few HWH lines, and the factory says air in the JACK lines is not a problem. I've never tested this because I don't want to keep checking fluid levels as the air eventually bleeds back to the tank. I usually run my lines then use an old fashion oil can and pump the lines full of fluid before making my connections ;) Works for me. :) LOL
    The Boz
     
  4. rlmurraysr59

    rlmurraysr59 New Member

    Re: hydraulic lines hwh

    That is a good idea. You can also get a squeeze ball suction tool at an auto parts store. Squeeze the ball, put the tube in the oil can, suck it full of oil, put it against the end of the hose and squeeze the oil into the line. Either way you are going to reduce the amount of air in the lines if you fill them before making the final connection.
     
  5. roar_co

    roar_co New Member

    Re: hydraulic lines hwh

    thanx for your ideas will try them asap! just got the hoses today and plan on putting them in next week!
     
  6. tmarrs

    tmarrs New Member

    Re: hydraulic lines hwh

    My hwh manual says it uses Dextron Trans fluid, and not to put any type of oil in the system. I have found the pump, and I assume the silver thing on top is where I fill'er up, however it just turns and turns... how does this thing come off?
     

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