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rear end of H fluid level

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08-28-2008 04:24:33

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I've completely redone the rear end of my 47 h and have filled it with 6 gallons of oil. When I take the fill plug out, and look inside, the oil is way down the bottom, and it seems to me like it's not enough. Since there is no "check level plug" that I'm aware of, how do you know if the level is good? And over time as you leak, consume, etc, how do you know how much to add in the future to keep the level right?

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Andy Motteberg

08-28-2008 16:28:54

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 Re: rear end of H fluid level in reply to dancbtmkr, 08-28-2008 04:24:33  
The 6 gallons you put in is the right amount. The level check plug is located on the side of the transmission housing, on the clutch pedal side of the tractor. Make sure that the tractor is parked on level ground when you check the oil level. The transmission is not supposed to be full of oil.


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08-28-2008 04:36:06

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 Re: rear end of H fluid level in reply to dancbtmkr, 08-28-2008 04:24:33  
The level check plug is on the left side of the transmission case ahead of the clutch pedal pivot shaft.

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