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Re: TO-35 in disguise

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Tony in Mass.

02-15-2013 16:53:43

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Just my opinions-
#3. An inline filter is a good thing. Leave it there, just get an new one with new hoses and little clamps, unless you are doing a 100% showroom restore, this is a good thing they didn't invent in 1955...
#2. Drain that milshake out of the back end and pour in 8 US gallons of 10w30... is that the stuff we are gong with guys? You don't want to avoid changing that fluid. If there is a bronze filter in there, clean that too.
#1. I think of gauges on a tractor like an Italian thinks of rear view mirrors on a race car. Shessa no good to me, so I no look at her. Make sure you have enough oil pressure to get up to the valve cover and judge it has pressure other than a dodgey gauge. To elaberate, I refer back to 2 tractors....

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02-15-2013 18:57:49

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 Re: TO-35 in disguise in reply to Tony in Mass., 02-15-2013 16:53:43  
I run Rotella T 15w40 everywhere in my 55 TO-35. Seems to like it. Lift doesn't get to sluggish in the winter, and once it's warmed up the hydraulics work just fine. Engine seems to like it too. Pressure holds up much nicer now in the summer. Used to work down to around 15 once it got warmed up, but now stays closer to 25 even after running the hog for 3 hrs..

Middle of NY for weather comparison...

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