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Kevin B from Illinois

09-18-2013 10:00:46
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The IH based HyTran is I think the best trans and hyd oil made never had any problems do to breaking down/




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Agri King

09-18-2013 11:04:54
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 Re: Kick the Buckets in reply to Kevin B from Illinois, 09-18-2013 10:00:46  
I guess I'm lost. What's breaking down? Your red tractors or oil? Define oil breaking down.



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pete 23

09-19-2013 10:38:32
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 Re: Kick the Buckets in reply to Agri King, 09-18-2013 11:04:54  
It's the red tractors breaking down, the Case ones painted red that is. Had to throw that in.



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JW

09-18-2013 13:43:02
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 Re: Kick the Buckets in reply to Agri King, 09-18-2013 11:04:54  
Hy Tran is good oil, its made by Viscosity. Good and thick so all the broken gear teeth and bits of bearing in a IH can stay in suspension.



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Kevin B from Illinois

09-18-2013 15:20:35
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 Re: Kick the Buckets in reply to JW, 09-18-2013 13:43:02  
Really you must be related to that agriking boy.



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Kevin B from Illinois

09-18-2013 11:22:55
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 Re: Kick the Buckets in reply to Agri King, 09-18-2013 11:04:54  
I guess I am not a smart pup like yourself being a great mech, but heat breaks the oil down over time and gets to be like varnish still works but not much of a lubricant, and if your great case orange tractor companys oil was any good they would have kept it better keep your buckets for old times.



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