I wouldn’t do it. It softens and swells all the seals and o-rings, not just the leaking ones.
Interesting. If I do it, I’ll change fluids like you did. Good idea.I used it in my 1025R. It developed a quarter sized daily drip of hydraulic fluid at about 100 hours. I added the recomended amount of the same Lucas product in your picture and the leak stopped within a few days. Once it stopped, I replaced the fluid and changed the filter. 1,110 hours later and no hydraulic problems or leaks since then.
I was strongly cautioned not to use it by every responder to my question about whether to use it or not. Some folks wrote almost novel-length posts about the pitfalls.
It worked for me, though. And I can blame Lucas for any hydraulic problem I ever have in the future.
It’s 100% petroleum based , your seals and O rings are spec’d for petroleum based products.Thanks. Hadn’t thought of that.