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'52 SC hydraulics

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09-09-2002 13:55:02

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One of the lines for my portable cylinder was missing. When the tractor started, oil and water shot out. The manual calls for motor oil.. should I change to modern hydraulic fluid? Tractor hasn't run for about 20 years and I plan to change all the fluids. Any suggestions? I've searched the archives...
Also, the hydraulic connectors look really dry and not much good. Should I change them to some other design or keep them stock. I'm planning to run a bush hog but don't plan to enter any shows anytime soon...

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09-10-2002 16:23:18

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 Re: '52 SC hydraulics in reply to Crispin, 09-09-2002 13:55:02  
You can use regular hyd fluid in the pump if it has a seperate tank than the trans. What tips you want to put on depends on what the majority of your equipment is. If you're all old case or old style jd get those ends, otherwise I'd get a standard (like Massey's) end and get adapters, or change the tips on the impliments. You can get adapters for almost any combination going male to female or female to male.
You may be able to get by with your old ones if you clean them up a little and put in new o-rings.

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