Well, my luck just gets worse and worse. Thats what i get for trusting people. I just got this 763, which was supposed to be a 98. I didnt know anything about the serial numbers ect.. so didnt look very close when i picked it up. Turns out is a 95, no biggie, but lie number one. Then i get it home and turns out the fuel pickup is shot, he had the tank all the way full, so it would run, but once i used a bit of fuel, it died. 20 bucks to fix, still no biggie. But now i think im in for a costly repair. I noticed there was some hydro fluid dripping out when we put it on the trailer. He said that he had changed some hoses, and that it was left over, he showed me the new hose, so i figured he was being honest. Well today i finally got to use the thing after getting the fuel pickup fixed. After about 2 hours, it was almost bone dry on hydro fluid. (after i had already topped it off with a gallon at the beginning of the day. He is 2.5 hours away, so im gonna call him, but i have a feeling he wont be answering his phone.) Im gonna have it in my garage on tuesday. Where do i even begin to look for the leak? I pulled the cab and you can see it all pooled up in the floor. Is there certain areas i should be looking at? Any advice would be appreciated. Its funny, i sold my older model (which never had any problems) to buy something nice that i didnt think i have too many problems with, especially with only 1500 hours. I just cant beleive people can be this deceiving.