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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: hydraulic fluid

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Charlie

12-17-2013 16:00:37
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Just the left side for draining and filling. Holds 18 gallons. I use ATF as per the recommendation of my local dealer. You don't need to drain the oil to change the filter. The service manual recommends tilting the machine, which will do the trick. I assume the levels equalize quickly when pump runs.




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don kain

12-17-2013 17:39:27
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 Re: hydraulic fluid in reply to Charlie, 12-17-2013 16:00:37  
thank you Charlie for your response.I see you use ATF.There is hydraulic fluid in my chain cases.ATF may be cheaper than hydraulic fluid,but after draining the chain cases( have never been drained since I owned Bobcat 610,20 years,) how would you get it all out to put in ATF? is it compatible with hydraulic fluid,safe to mix? thank you for a response.



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Charlie

12-18-2013 06:52:13
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 Re: hydraulic fluid in reply to don kain, 12-17-2013 17:39:27  
I don't know. I would not assume compatibility, and I suspect that the best approach would be to stick with the type of oil you have been using. Makes it a lot simpler.



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Stick welding

12-18-2013 22:59:45
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 Re: hydraulic fluid in reply to Charlie, 12-18-2013 06:52:13  
I think ATF is basically really high grade hyd. oil. It's used a lot for hyd. fluid in cold climates because it keeps the same viscosity over a wide temp. range and isn't as thick. I think it's 10 weight but maybe someone else knows for sure? It shouldn't be a problem if it mixes with a small amount of leftover fluid. They should both be petroleum based.



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don k.

12-22-2013 08:31:17
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 Re: hydraulic fluid in reply to Stick welding, 12-18-2013 22:59:45  
thank you all for your help and commnents,merry xmas



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