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  1. #1
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    Default Help, hydraulic leak

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    Thank you for looking at my post. I've only plowed 2 days this year. 6 inches total here in Indianapolis. :(

    These are pictures of the leak and the model numbers of my Sno-Way. Is this an easy fix?

    I know it is an older model so I'm hoping parts are still available. Could someone steer me in the direction to get parts? Hopefully low cost but high quality.

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    Might try a reseal kit fir it.
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    Either have a hydraulic shop reseal it with a rebuild kit or buy a new cylinder. Depends on how fast you need it to be leak free.Unless it's streaming out, you can limp around for awhile,just keep an eye on your hyd.level.
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    We should have both in stock, the ram and packing kit.

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