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Re: 1953 Allis Chalmers WD 45 PTO gearbox

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Jeff Kinnett

01-22-2013 17:01:11

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so Leonard if you can help explain this I've had a very difficult time understanding this, I'm a first tractor owner, my owners manual tells me that for the transmission, differential and clutch shares all the same oil = 17 quarts 3 drain plugs bottom of tractor, two fill plugs beside the hydraulic filler for these 3.
Now speakinging with several tractor owners and the seller of my tractor I have not gotten a clear answer for me if the PTO uses its own oil or shares tranmission oil, and how to fill it. Pto has drain plug
Thank you for tip on the belt pulley I will look at that next chance I get it doesn't have a belt pulley but I know I saw a plug on it
any help from you would be greatly appreciated

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01-22-2013 20:34:35

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 Re: 1953 Allis Chalmers WD 45 PTO gearbox in reply to Jeff Kinnett, 01-22-2013 17:01:11  
Jeff, on the right hand frame of the tractor is a large round plug. That is the belt pulley plug. It is a part of the hydrolic (sp) resivour (sp) that is integral to transmission/pto/rear end. The only thing is if you fill the pto/hydrolic resievour up it will drain into the rear end through the roller bearing for the splined shaft. If you have a AC service manual not an I&T it will show a lot better what I am talking about.


PS. Wish I had my service manual here at the house and I would scan the pic's in and show you but they are at the house at the farm.

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