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Tony in Mass.
First, take it in the shop, so what is it at your house? 147 below zero? Yeah take it in your shop and let it warm up awhile, report to us the color..with a U, of the fluid, and peek in the porthole... btw, if the fluid level is up there, you will have to drain some out or jack up the right wheel to keep it from coming out the lower porthole boltholes. Peek in there as see what you can see, and if confused,try to take a couple pictures in there... better yet, let Dave take the pictures.... Once you are done working on her tractor.... you will want a collection of little fergies around the house... contagious I tell ya...
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