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    oil loss v-drive

    I noticed after the ride, the low level of oil in WALTER GEAR DRIVE (RV-26D) does not drip into the hold, I think it goes into the cooling water. Is it so? How can I check? Thank you!

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    There is a water cooler, so yes, v-drive oil can end up in the raw water cooling. Pull some hoses on the outlet side of the v-drive and feel inside them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chpthril View Post
    There is a water cooler, so yes, v-drive oil can end up in the raw water cooling. Pull some hoses on the outlet side of the v-drive and feel inside them.
    I think to remove the oil hoses and let the air into the tube.
    I'll remove the top cover and there may be air bubbles from the tube oil

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    when removing the tubes of oil, what to change?
    I want to be ready.

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    found a malfunction, flange collapsed
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    Last edited by Wakestart; 08-22-2018 at 02:02 PM.

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