What do you do when you buy a geroller hydraulic motor, and it turns
out to be just a tiny bit bigger than your machine's structure? This
isn't that much of a brain teaser, is it? - You just take a power tool
- an angle grinder - and grind off the tiny insignificant bit of the
motor that stood in your way! The problem's solved - the motor finally
fits!!!What? Those little screws were holding the motor together? It
has oil under pressure inside and now the oil leaks all over the rig?
You should've told it BEFORE we started grinding...