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 04-03-2007, 18:33 Post: 140988
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  fixing milky fluid

since i have about 15 gals of milky fluid i put it in a big pot and heated it. i could see the water coming out of the fluid in the form of steam and when it cools it turns back to translucent and looks like it was when new. anybody ever done this?? let me know if you think this is a bad idea to put back in my tractor.






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 04-03-2007, 21:06 Post: 140994
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Quincy; My first thought that came to mind was an Uncle of my wife's who lived in Northeren Mimmesota. He had a John Deere 730 diesel, it was about 30 below, he needed to grind cow feed. The Deere of course would'nt even begin to start. He put a bucket under the oil pan, took the plug out, then waited most of the day for the oil to run out into the bucket. next move, he took the bucket, (steel bucket) in to the kitchen, set it on the gas range to warm it up. He kind of overdone it a bit, the oil caught fire, they nearly lost the house before it got put out. Point of all this rambling is how did you boil the water out of 15 galons of Hy-Tran? You're lucky you did'nt burn yourself up. Hy-Tran that milky probably is contaminated with other stuff to the point of needing replaced anyhow. Best of Luck. Frank.






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 04-03-2007, 22:12 Post: 140996
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Glad I saw this as I wouldn't have believed it!?






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