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    Default SC2450 Hydraulic issues?

    Hey Guys,

    I gave my SC2450 a good workout last weekend. Today, I go to use it again and I have no hydraulics. Apparently, I banged the hydraulic filter on rear axle area into something and it dented and sprung a leak. What a lousy place to mount a filter. Do I have to use a cub cadet filter or can I find one at a NAPA store? What kind of hydraulic oi should I use?

    Thanks
    Chris

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    Default Re: SC2450 Hydraulic issues?

    In a situation such as this I would just get it from the dealer.

    I hope you didn't damage anything other than a filter.

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    Default Re: SC2450 Hydraulic issues?

    I hope you didn't damage anything other than a filter.
    I hope so also as it could end up being pricey if it's not just the filter.

    Here's a thread about the hydrostatic/hydraulic fluid.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/c...ml#post2341984

    Here's a thread with some cross # parts for the Hydraulic Filter
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/c...ml#post2254903

    Part number off my invoice from the dealer is 1A8160-24950
    Price: $21.81

    Messick's is showing $27.23
    Cub Cadet FILTER-HYDRAULIC Part #CY-1A8160-24950
    Woods PHD35, Very Old 60" BB, Harbor Freight QH, BX42s Chipper, County Line Carry-All, County Line (Tarter Gate) 48" Tiller, Homemade 60" Dethatcher

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    Default Re: SC2450 Hydraulic issues?

    Thanks Guys!

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    Default Re: SC2450 Hydraulic issues?

    I don't think I did any other damage. It was running perfectly when I parked it. All I did today was start the motor. At first, I didn't see any fluid on the ground. I was letting it idle for a little bit. Then I noticed it had sprayed the oil . I will most likely get one from the dealer. Unfortunately, the dealer I bought it from is 50 miles away. I have a dealer 20 miles away, but I'm sure I won't get much help from them since I didn't buy it from them. I was gonna buy it from them, but they wanted $1500 more for it. I told them I was gonna buy it from them but I wasn't ready to buy for a few weeks until I closed on my home loan. They were going to hold it for me, but they sold it to someone else. When I was ready to buy it they were out of 2011 2450's. They said they could get one from another dealer but I would have to pay $300 shipping fees.

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