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Re: Hydro/ trans oil for to30

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My dip stick is missing and some one put a big nail in the dipstick hole. I going to order one. My question is do yall know how much to fill the trans fluid by sight. I seems very easy to look down in the fill hole behide the gear stick. Should I fill to cover all the moving parts I see in there or all the way to the top. Thanks

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 Re: Hydro/ trans oil for to30 in reply to Timberlake, 11-01-2012 02:50:23  
From empty the transmission takes 6 US gallons. To find level if you have no dipstick, remove bottom screw on one of round side covers and add 5 gallons and then add a little bit more if necessary until the oil runs out of the stud hole. The level will be slightly down on the normal level but it can be a good thing as it will often prevent any oil running through the seals onto the brakes.When you add the oil, only add 2 gallons at a time and then leave it for 15 mins before you add any more or the level may get too high in the Transmission and it could run into the Clutch Housing if the seal is worn on the main drive shaft into the Transmission from the need to allow some time for it to settle as there is a baffle built into the housings to prevent oil surge when the tractor is working on hillsides or the oil would all run to one end. Use Multi-grade 10W/30 oil...John(UK)

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