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tub grinder oil

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by power8888, Apr 24, 2015.

  1. power8888

    power8888 New Member

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    i purchased a used toro progrind 2000, machine had not ran for sometime, got it running and seemed to work great when we tested it. then we went through and changed all the fluids. manual says you can use phosphate ester oil or mobil dte 24 in the fluid coupler, after putting the mobil product in it blew out in less than 2 minutes. after talking to the engineer he said that i can only use phosphate ester, does anyone have experience with this and know where a person can get it, i believe i have found it but in 55 gallon durms only, i need 5 gallons
     
  2. ddigger

    ddigger Senior Member

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  3. power8888

    power8888 New Member

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    thanks for the help, i ended up ordering a 55 of the pyrogaurd, if you need any let me know hahaha