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I have a 2005 preddy that I just got yesterday, i took it home and after ripping around on if for a while I opened the air box because the owner said that it would need a filter and when I did there was a tool plugging the crank case breather hose (pressurizing the oil tank) I took off the hose and pushed out the tool and then it ran fine... I checked it again and the air box had had alot of oil in it, checking the oil tank to make sure it hadn't leaked all out into the box the oil had been overfilled and was back to normal :kopfkratz: Does anyone know what the problem or solution could be?
Any advice would be highly appreciated!
 

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I then disconnected the breather and pointed it down facing the ground, When pulling the wheeler into the barn driving up a ramp I backed down to get a better angle of approach and continued to drive on, When I shut it down I looked back to close up the barn there was a trail of oil, I checked my oil level and it was almost off the dipstick! Could have backing down the ramp have caused a siphon????
 
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