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350 farmall hydraulic fluid change

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05-19-2004 19:52:44

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I need to drain and change the hydraulic fluid in my 350 row crop. I understand that there are several drain plugs that I have to remove, is this true? how many and where are they all? I have an all hydraulic loader on it so I'll have to drain that to, what is the best way to flush the system? how much hyraulic fluid will i need and will hy-tran work or do I need a specific hydraulic fluid for a tractor this old? any help would be appreciated. thanks in advance..

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05-20-2004 04:59:29

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 Re: 350 farmall hydraulic fluid change in reply to picasso, 05-19-2004 19:52:44  
Picasso sounds to me as though you are thinking the tranmission and hydraulic are all one on the 350. They are not. They both take Hytran, but the hydraulic has a resevor just below the hydraulic valves on top of the rear end cover. There is a creen filter on the right hand side with 4 1/4" screws holding it in place, fill plug just above it, if I remember right a drain plug on the left side, 1/4" pipe plug. The TA and rear end have three drain plugs, one under TA, one at front of rear end, one to the back of rear end under bull gear.

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