I had to drain the rear end and pto of my Farmall "A" Is it out to put 90wt gear lube in it? Or what is prefered? I put the Case Ih stuff in my cub hytran? and it leaked all the time. Yes it was to the right level I pulled the plug and filled it till it came out the hole same as on the "A" is it ok to use 90wt?
Re: Farmall A rear end lube in reply to Chad from Michigan, 02-15-2007 12:23:29
Yes, 80W/90. You should change the fluid in the final drives also. You need to remove the pans at the bottom of each final drive to drain the old fluid. Refill thru the plug in the cast housing just above the pan. Use the same fluid as in the tranny. You should need two gallons to do the whole job. You will need new gaskets to put the final drive pans back on. Dave.
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