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bobs old iron

01-09-2013 23:36:24
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oh- forgot, i'll be putting in some of my diesel oil in it, 15-40, any different opnions...bob




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John(UK)

01-10-2013 01:41:40
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 Re: my t-o 20 questions in reply to bobs old iron, 01-09-2013 23:36:24  
Use 10W/30 oil it is better for cold conditions and an oil for a diesel is not suitable as it contains detergent additives which will loosen all the crud inside and it will be carried around through the Pump etc. and will cause some wear. Use low detergent Multi-grade 10W/30 as used in a gas engine..John(UK) ..fergusontractors@hotmail.com



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 Re: my t-o 20 questions in reply to John(UK), 01-10-2013 01:41:40  
thanks john, should i just change oil and leave filter alone, is it just a wire or paper filter..



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 Re: my t-o 20 questions in reply to bobs old iron, 01-10-2013 08:35:46  
Change the filter every other oil change, if you don't know when the oil filter was last changed then change it and then you will know for sure.
The oil should be changed every 150 hours. Take a note how it all assembles, Jason has sent a picture for you to follow. Make sure that the "O" rings and felt seals are in good order, fit new ones if necessary, don't take any chances. It is a paper type filter with a wire mesh internally and the whole thing is in a perforated steel can. The filter should be an inside to outside filter or it will not clean the oil properly.
If you don't have an instruction Book for your tractor, just email me at the address below and I will send you a copy..John(UK)...fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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 Re: my t-o 20 questions in reply to bobs old iron, 01-10-2013 08:35:46  
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I would change the filter. It's just a paper cartridge style filter. If the filter housing comes out make sure you put it and the spring and stuff back in the right order or it will be pointless to have an oil filter, or the spring could be missing because sometimes people loose them and don't replace them. Make sure to check it out. Here is a pic of the assembly.

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bobs old iron

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 Re: my t-o 20 questions in reply to Jason S., 01-10-2013 13:32:39  
jason,or anyone,, pic makes filter look big, is it a tall or short..



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