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    I have a bunch of used hydraulic fluid from my 1025R. I wonder how that would work? Has anyone tried that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    I have a bunch of used hydraulic fluid from my 1025R. I wonder how that would work? Has anyone tried that?
    I have not.
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    I have. Meh, can’t really tell much of any difference. I have to re-deck my trailer at this point. Too far gone.
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    When I had my old '88 Hudson 18' 10K trailer I used to spray the oak planking with used motor oil reduced ~25% with diesel fuel. Did it annually and the trailer still has the original oak decking on it.

    I'd load a handheld, pump-type garden sprayer with the drain oil / diesel mix and give it a good soaking on a hot day. It would be a bit damp and slippery for a few days but the slick residue would eventually disperse. The trailer now resides with a good friend who's also an IH tractor collector.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdforever View Post
    I have a bunch of used hydraulic fluid from my 1025R. I wonder how that would work? Has anyone tried that?
    I put all my engine oil and trans oil in the same 5 gallon bucket. That's what I used, works great.
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    I think I recall that there are warnings on new oil containers to use caution with old motor oil. I remember testing that showed used oil to be cancer causing. Take care during handling. It might be good to remember this if you will be making personal contact with the deck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keane View Post
    I think I recall that there are warnings on new oil containers to use caution with old motor oil. I remember testing that showed used oil to be cancer causing. Take care during handling. It might be good to remember this if you will be making personal contact with the deck.
    Now days everything causes cancer, it's not stopping me from doing whatever I do until the cancer kills me.
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    Every few years I change out the 5 gallons of hydraulic oil in my John Deere 955 and save a gallon to use on the deck of my trailer. I just pour the used oil from the gallon jug onto the 2 x 8 boards and brush at the same time. I use whatever old 3" or 4" brush I have laying around. It takes about 25 minutes. Be careful for a few days till it soaks in good.
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    The place I got my new trailer said to use Linseed oil. They are also the manufacturer. But the used oil seems to work and actually looks nice. But my wife was there when I bought it and heard him say that. So for peace in my house I will use the Linseed oil. She worries about protecting everything. Her 2003 Malibu looks like a new car inside and out. So dose our 2001 travel trailer. I have had my tractor a little over a month now and she still won't let me take the plastic off the seat. And she ad the tractor salesman get some cardboard to protect the front bar on the trailer hen we bought it. So linseed oil it will be. And it's a nice tilt bed with a fold down left fender so it can haul my Corvette. So it should look good doing that. That's really what I wanted it for. The new tractor was just an excuse to buy it.
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    Complete! Super easy to do. Looks great. Cant wait till it sets in and see how it reacts to rain.



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