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Re: Hydraulic Fluid Overfill--What to Expect on TO-30?

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10-31-2013 04:54:35

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Dear Mr. Huebner:

Thank you for responding. I appreciate knowing of your experiences with overfilling the gearbox.

A question, please: what do you mean by, "...bottom bolt hole on the dipstick cover."? Is this a (or 'the') drain plug?

Please pardon my ignorance, but I'm trying to get up to speed. Obviously I've got things to learn.

Thanks in advance for your explanation.

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10-31-2013 10:33:03

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 Re: Hydraulic Fluid Overfill--What to Expect on TO-30? in reply to Stubbyie, 10-31-2013 04:54:35  
The previous post by gears gave you a very good description of where the center housing oil level should be. The 3 drain plugs are on the bottom.
One on the Center Housing.
One on the Transmission Case.
One on the Hydraulic Pump.
These will drain the entire Housing. No need to do this unless you were going to change it anyway, other wise just maintain the proper level.

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10-31-2013 06:19:58

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 Re: Hydraulic Fluid Overfill--What to Expect on TO-30? in reply to Stubbyie, 10-31-2013 04:54:35  
Stubb, on the side of the transmission (just ahead of the seat) there is a 7" or so diameter cover on either side held on with 6 bolts - there should be a dipstick sticking out of the RH cover (as you sit on the tractor) - the correct level should be where is just weeps out of the bottom bolt hole from that cover.

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