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Looking at a used 60ft Maxim III with Hydraulic tynes. Anyone had experience with these they would care to impart. Are the spring rams prone to leakage/failure when they get a few years on?

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Haven't used one Ozzie, but IMO Anything with hydraulic tynes is prone to leakage, especially operating in good-old-Aussie abrasive red dust!


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