Replacing hyd. pump in my 853

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perry

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To keep from making a mess, what else should I do besides draining the hyd. reservoir.

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Tazza

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Thats really about all you can do...
It would be an idea if you plugged the lines as you remove them. You will still make a mess, but there isn't a lot you can do about it.
 

Fishfiles

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Pretty easy job ,if you are talking just the gear pump that runs boom , tilt and aux hyd , 2 hours unless the bolts that hold the gear pump to the sunstrand give you trouble -----be sure to take the plastic plug out the end of the new pump right next to the input shaft ------to drain the oil I usually boom up and block the boom up with safety bar , connect a quick coupler with a hole on the end and put it in a 5 gallon bucket , start the engine and engage the aux and pump out the oil till it starts to bubble then shut it off , I would suggest a hyd filter change witha new gear pump
 

perry

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Pretty easy job ,if you are talking just the gear pump that runs boom , tilt and aux hyd , 2 hours unless the bolts that hold the gear pump to the sunstrand give you trouble -----be sure to take the plastic plug out the end of the new pump right next to the input shaft ------to drain the oil I usually boom up and block the boom up with safety bar , connect a quick coupler with a hole on the end and put it in a 5 gallon bucket , start the engine and engage the aux and pump out the oil till it starts to bubble then shut it off , I would suggest a hyd filter change witha new gear pump
Thanks guys.........
 
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