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    Among Japanese pumps, the Kawasaki K3V112 series are my favorite. I am well aware about the drawbacks, but these open circuit pumps will last and last and last and last... Two things they will need to survive, however, - cool oil and clean oil. This poor thing saw neither, until the D day... This proves, once again, that no samurai (Japanese pump), no matter how skilled a warrior he might be (good quality and design), can beat a machine gun unit in open field from a relatively long distance (contaminated and hot hydraulic oil).