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Re: water in rear end on an H

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11-29-2013 04:39:59

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If the tractor is not used hard enough, condensation will form on inside of the housing and you will have water to contend with. Even a shed-ed tractor will get this form of water problem.Get used to draining the water out each fall.

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11-30-2013 02:40:02

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 Re: water in rear end on an H in reply to SDE, 11-29-2013 04:39:59  
I have often wondered just how condensation gets in a tractor tranny as the only opening is the gearshift lever. I have tractors i have owned for 40 plus yrs with no "water" in the tranny but they do not set out in the rain either.

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11-30-2013 06:17:06

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 Re: water in rear end on an H in reply to gene bender, 11-30-2013 02:40:02  
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Where do you live? Mine don't sit out in the rain either, but they get water in them. Don't you ever walk out to the shed and everything is dripping wet from condensation? You can't tell me the outside of the casting has that much water on it and the inside has none.

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11-29-2013 10:00:46

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 Re: water in rear end on an H in reply to SDE, 11-29-2013 04:39:59  
In addition, the tractor must sit for at least 3 or 4 days to separate the water from the confection it becomes when mixed by the gears. Jim

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