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Hydraulic systems overheating
Here is an interesting article about the hydraulic systems [url removed]'m searching about this because we have an old clark and I found that in summer days, the machine has some troubles in relationship with it.
Here the link:
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My Email santiagopzztt at gmail dot com
  • Posted 28 Dec 2016 03:48 AM
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[url removed] was thinking about the iron body of the clark. When the sun is hot the iron body becomes to hot and it produces changes to the hydraulic [url removed] answer to this [url removed] [url removed] to operate the machine in the evening when the sun is going [url removed] simply to decrease the heat, drop cool water above the iron [url removed] will be thinking how to solve this [url removed] from Argentina!!

My Email santiagopzztt at gmail dot com
  • Posted 28 Dec 2016 04:33 AM
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