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Re: Case Hytran or JD Hygard

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j hikemper

01-27-2013 10:06:31

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LOL ,John ,, Hope my Sara dont see that post ..i suppose using hi / tran in a 4020 deere is legal ,,i like bob bancrft idea of gettingg a oil that meets and or exceeds all requirements.. just figured out this winter that the 930 BEAST has a lot of 90 weight in the tranny .gonna change that out and put in hy gard ..

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John Saeli

01-27-2013 10:33:18

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 Re: Case Hytran or JD Hygard in reply to j hikemper, 01-27-2013 10:06:31  
Jim: In all gear tranny's such as the 930, I actually add about 1Qt 85W140 to 3Qt's of the thin stuff. Been doing it for years. In the very cold, the hyd's will be slow.

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Jimmie D. Phelps

01-27-2013 20:10:43

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 Re: Case Hytran or JD Hygard in reply to John Saeli, 01-27-2013 10:33:18  
You say you add a little 80-90 to gear trans. Well My gear-chain drive sixspeed 1966 CK 930 has 90 wt hypoid. I bought the tractor with 2000 hrs on it and changed to 90wt at 2800 hr. I run it 6000hrs without changing it. I changed it last year and the old 0il looked great yeat. Had no filings or sludge in it. My question is. Why did they go to tch in the first place. I believe it was about the 65-66 moded they did that.

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j hikemper

01-27-2013 19:32:00

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 Re: Case Hytran or JD Hygard in reply to John Saeli, 01-27-2013 10:33:18  
yeah! so slow in the cold weather they dont work../ only the monster beast 8foot blade can be coaxed into lifting after a while , if the temp is below freezing,,., no 3 pt or other remote action ,,.,. but ,that ol worn out 930 starts good with manifold heater ..

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01-27-2013 19:50:48

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 Re: Case Hytran or JD Hygard in reply to j hikemper, 01-27-2013 19:32:00  
The older Case 930's had their own reservoir for the hydraulics.

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