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Re: 5020 FWD Newbie Question

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11-06-2012 05:02:23

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This is the right forum. I would say fill to the level plug, but not having experience with that particular model, and If no one else posts on it, try the post over at the unofficial allis forum. Another source would be an older Alis-Chalmers dealer. Not sure if Sandy Lake equipment, in Western PA could help, or not.

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11-06-2012 16:01:25

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 Re: 5020 FWD Newbie Question in reply to Diydave, 11-06-2012 05:02:23  
Thanks Diydave. A wonderful service guy at Sandy Lake in PA answered everything. The loader arms should be at driving height. Fill until at level of check plug on side. The area below the fill cap on top will normally be very low. Added 2 pints and everyting works perfectly again. For extra measure, clean the strainer in gas.

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11-06-2012 17:07:44

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 Re: 5020 FWD Newbie Question in reply to Bob Marks, 11-06-2012 16:01:25  
Those guys at Sandy Lake are good people. Too bad Agco shafted them out of being a dealer. They know their stuff, and can still get most parts for older Allis Chalmers tractors.

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