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Re: TO 20 oil pressure

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01-30-2013 21:16:45

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Might try a bottle of Lucas oil stabilizer, that material would help increase the old pressure on my to35 when hot. At the time I was using 10w40 weight oil.

Currently I run shell rotella 15w40 oil. The reason I changed oil weights: I determined that the shell oil has the additive zinc and the car/truck oils do not have zinc.
The old engines need the zinc additive for long life, plus with 15w40 the oil pressure stays up in the normal range when the motor is at operating temp at idle.

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01-31-2013 01:56:53

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 Re: TO 20 oil pressure in reply to maxwell99, 01-30-2013 21:16:45  
the plug that goers in the motor of the oil gauge line. is it a special plug? mine has a little round hole in it. i bought 2 new ones but neither one looked like the one that came out of it. they were wide open holes. the guy at the tractor repair shop said the open ones wouldnt work,

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01-31-2013 05:20:18

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 Re: TO 20 oil pressure in reply to purecty, 01-31-2013 01:56:53  
The brass fitting that goes into the block is made for a flared fitting which is what the hard line has on the end of it.

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01-31-2013 07:11:17

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 Re: TO 20 oil pressure in reply to 2tractors, 01-31-2013 05:20:18  
im just saying that the 2 3/8 sizes i bought are not like the one that came out of the block. the ones i bought was a straight hole through it. the one that came out had like a small hole in it to slow the flow down. thanks bill

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01-31-2013 07:41:05

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 Re: TO 20 oil pressure in reply to purecty, 01-31-2013 07:11:17  
i was just wondering what the difference is?

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