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 07-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 5956
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Hi all. I have a Yanmar 186D with a loader. The loader recently started to graon on raising. Uping the RPM helped but I thought I was just abusing it so I greased all fittings to be sure and still got the noise. I do not have a book on loaders and this is my first tractor so I am wondering if I need to grease the cylinder rods or ? Hydraulic oil level is fine. It makes the noise throughout the up cycle. Thanks for any clues on loader maintenance. (oh, the loader seems to work fine otherwise - holds a weight and no leaks that I can see yet)Steve






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 07-14-1999, 00:00 Post: 5990
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Change your hydraulic fluid filter. It may be clogged. Had the same problem and that was the solution.






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 07-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 6101
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Len-You win! After making sure it was lubed and operating it several times, the groans stopped. Seems like it should have been ok, less than 10 hours since it had been lubed last, but who knows? At least it works now!!Thanks!






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 07-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 6112
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CAUTION: if your loader "groans" after 10 hrs work since lube, your using an inadequate type of lube!!!!!!I work my 3 Kubota commercially, and they don't groan after 25hrs work.....check that it is high quality "EXTREME PRESSURE" grease in the gun.






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 07-21-1999, 00:00 Post: 6158
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Thanks Ted, I will look for extreme pressure lube!! I suppose NAPA has it?? Any particular brand?






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Any quality brand will do, I use Amsoil's but some peolpe don't want to spend the extra money, for home use any quality product will do.






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