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Re: TO35 Oil quantity and type locations...

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John(UK)

10-15-2012 05:19:11
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The oil you use in the filler Plug is for the transmission and the hydraulics and it takes 24 quarts of Multi-grade 10W/30 this is much better for cold weather, it is OK for summer as well. Whatever you do NEVER use Diesel or kerosene in the housing as you can't fully drain it out. Ferguson makes a point of saying this in the Service Manual. Any diesel or kero left in there will immediately dilute the new oil. The oil should be changed every 12 months. Replace the rubber boots at the bottom of the Gear Levers as this is the usual place for water to enter. When you pour oil into the Transmission, only pour 2 gallons at a time and then leave it for 15 mins to level out before you add the next lot. This is to prevent the oil level getting too high in the transmission and running through the oil seal into the Clutch Housing and getting onto the Clutch and the Starter. The small "Cap" that you saw is a breather. If you need more written info about all this, email me direct at the address below, tell me what you need and I will send it...John(UK)..fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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phil(va)

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 Re: TO35 Oil quantity and type locations... in reply to John(UK), 10-15-2012 05:19:11  
John, I believe the 35 takes 32 quarts (USA).



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 Re: TO35 Oil quantity and type locations... in reply to phil(va), 10-15-2012 20:19:06  
You are correct Phil, another senior moment I am afraid. I had just answered the same question on 3 TO20/30's and that figure stuck in my brain (such as it is)
Actually it is a good idea not to fully fill these transmissions now, this will prevent them leaking unnecessarily and as the tractors don't work full time now, it isn't that critical but never the less the figure was recommended to be 32 quarts.. I tell them now to only fill until the oil runs out of the bottom hole on the round side cover and leave it at that, only if it is working hard or on a lot of sloping ground does it need filling fully, there is more than enough oil for normal use. .John(UK)..fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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