I used a shop vac attached at the fill outlet & it really worked. Lost very little hydraulic fluid while changing the filter.
9/27/2023 SCOTTSBURG, IN Mark
9/21/2023 Archdale, NC John
8/22/2023 Schaghticoke, NY ANTHONY
Wow, I used the Shop-Vac trick and it worked great!!! Used duct-tape to attach a spout from a funnel, loosened the old filter until is started leaking, turned on the Shop-Vac an only lost a tine bit of Hydro oil as I put the new one on. This is the winner !!!
9/23/2022 BLUEMONT, VA PETER
7/28/2022 THOMPSONVILLE, MI Richard
Changed filter at 50 hours without changing fluid.
Need a catch pan beneath with a fair amount of fluid loss. Wider catch pan will minimize mess as fluid tends to splash out.
6/23/2022 ROCKWALL, TX THomas
Use a shop vac and put the hose over the fill hole for the hydraulic fluid hole and turn it on. When you take the filters off you loose hardly any fluid out of the rear end.
2/26/2022 COLLISON, IL KENT
Loosen filter, punch hole in end of filter to drain so as to not make a mess inside the frame. remove lines covering the filter to access the filter.