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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Originally Posted by GregOC View Post
10% of the time a blown fuse is the problem . 90% of the time it is just the result of another problem.....

this seal holds oil seeping, not oil pressure. (think about it if the pump gets 3,000 psi do you think that hammer placed seal would hold if it was engineered to contain that pressure?) for a seal to blow, like in your image the motor is muffed or the fluid can not exhaust the devise. and is forced out of the motors other openings. the new seal will pop again 90% sure unless you find the issue.
replacing a part that continues to fail is not a repair, it is an exercise.
I understand. The man at the hydraulic shop said that these motors should last 100 years considering what they’re doing.
Just trying to wrap up this part of the issue.
Mark & Ginger Lauss
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fix it soon or you will be late for retirement.
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hi mark
hope all goes well from now on .. not a big part but its one of thoses that can sideline you for sure..
hope to see ya this coming winter
mike mcgraugh
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I mentioned a few days ago that with slow to get parts maybe the PT and early WB guys should pool there money and put one of the fan motors in stock,the WB/LXI/LX guys did that with a PTO and pump.
Someone will need to have it on hand and ready to ship to anyone thats broken down.
Not just to someone doing preventative maintenance.

The PTO is normally kept in my coach,so if i'm on the road i can stop and ship it,or if i'm home i can ship it.
I have shipped it from the road twice.
On the shipping you don't have to find a ups store or post office,i stopped at a NAPA store once and told them my problem,they let me ship it for their cost and the UPS guy picked it up right at their store.

Just a suggestion.
10 guys putting in 50 bucks may do it.
email me at randy@randydupree.com only.

Randy Dupree
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Hope we never need this on the road but it nice to know it’s there.
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