|I have a log splitter that is leaking fluid from the side of the
| cylinder. I can't see a crack, but it is leaking.
| I ground down into the cylinder some and see it leaking, but can't
| identify where.
| I have Stick and MIG available to me.
| Two questions:
| 1.) How do I accurately pinpoint where the leak is?
| 2.) How to I properly fix it so it doesn't blow apart or leak worse?
Same way you make love to a fat woman. Roll it flower and look for the wet
Seriously, wipe it down but don't wash it. Blow difficult areas with
compressed air to remove excess oil, but leave a film. Powder it flour,
talcum power, etc, and look for the wet spot.