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    Super Member JerryG's Avatar
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    Default Re: Hydralic oil in engine oil???

    It's a dry clutch.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Hydralic oil in engine oil???

    I am confused !!! if it is a dry clutch how is the rear seal letting hydro fluid into the crankcase ???


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    Default Re: Hydralic oil in engine oil???

    <font color="red"> </font>I am confused !!! if it is a dry clutch how is the rear seal letting hydro fluid into the crankcase ??? <font color="red"> </font>

    That is a good question.

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    Super Member JerryG's Avatar
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    Default Re: Hydralic oil in engine oil???

    What seal are you talking about? As the guys were saying, with a dry clutch you can't get hydraulic fluid in to the engine. If you are getting hydro fluid into the engine, it is from the steering pump or the main hydro pump period.

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    Default Re: Hydralic oil in engine oil???

    <font color="red">Was a rear main seal,tech guy fixed the problem </font>

    Jerry, this is what we are talking about.
    That is why we are confused.

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