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FtInn Farmer

06-10-2018 15:46:07




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I have an Allis Chalmers CA that I am working on. At present, I am unable to fine the type/grade of oil to be used in the transmission, PTO box, and the final drives. The books I have only give the quantities. Can anyone lead me to the proper oils?




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steve(ill)

06-14-2018 18:23:16




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 Re: Proper gear oils in reply to FtInn Farmer, 06-10-2018 15:46:07  
the transmission / pto/ bevel gear / hydraulics are all the same cavity.. fill at the plug by your left foot... I agree, the new GENERIC hydraulic/ trans fluid is great. Any Farm Store will handle it............. and 80-90 gear lube is probably the cheapest for the final drives, and works great.



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DrAllis

06-11-2018 05:34:34




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 Re: Proper gear oils in reply to FtInn Farmer, 06-10-2018 15:46:07  
Oil types and specs have greatly evolved over the last 50 or 60 years. Not one old tractor manufacturer ever re-wrote their owners manual to update to modern oils. You have to do that yourself. If that CA was mine, I'd use 80/90 oil or 75W-140 oil in the final drives. Everywhere else (except the engine) I'd use modern day hyd/trans oil from a newer Deere/CaseIH/ AGCO etc. That oil is good enough for 600 HP tractors it is sure adequate for a 25 HP CA.

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JMS/.MN

06-10-2018 20:08:43




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 Re: Proper gear oils in reply to FtInn Farmer, 06-10-2018 15:46:07  
The operator manual details things like oil types, fill/drain location, chnge intervals, all tractor controls, etc.



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old

06-10-2018 16:27:06




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 Re: Proper gear oils in reply to FtInn Farmer, 06-10-2018 15:46:07  
Where there are hyds and gear like the transmission I use UTF but where there is no hyds I use the 85W140 n my A/C tractors.



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