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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type?

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glenn pyzak

01-29-2014 09:48:47
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ok, just got it home and need to replace the main trans fluid. What type? is it shared with the rear end? its white and creamy,so I know there is water mixed in. thanks...




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Roy Suomi

01-30-2014 10:31:06
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 Re: ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type? in reply to glenn pyzak, 01-29-2014 09:48:47  
Once you get it free of water contamination , You should either cover the top of the transmission or replace the O-rings on the plastic shifter collars right on the shift levers..



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Pops1532

01-30-2014 09:22:03
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 Re: ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type? in reply to glenn pyzak, 01-29-2014 09:48:47  
Anything that meets the MC134D spec will work. I'd spring for NH Ambra or Mobil 424 instead of the universal stuff at the farm stores....on advice from someone retired from the oil business and a friend that's an engineer for a major equipment manufacturer.
This post was edited by Pops1532 at 09:23:58 01/30/14 2 times.



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T in NE

02-10-2014 15:12:15
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 Re: ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type? in reply to Pops1532, 01-30-2014 09:22:03  
That's my advice just based on experience. OR stick with a major name-brand oil that meets spec.
Isn't hy-tran and Ford 143 supposed to play well together now?



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Ecnerwal

01-30-2014 05:51:20
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 Re: ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type? in reply to glenn pyzak, 01-29-2014 09:48:47  
Anything that meets Ford/NH MC134D spec - which is most but not all universal tractor fluids



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greenporsche

01-29-2014 13:02:18
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 Re: ford 455 loader b-hoe~ trans fluid what type? in reply to glenn pyzak, 01-29-2014 09:48:47  
HI,

TSC Hydra-Trans will work fine.. Milky = Water..



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