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Harry Ferguson teo 30

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02-24-2014 08:15:24

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first time doing rear I & O axle seals , any do's & don'ts to look out for ,appreciate any help, question #1- can I save the axle collar,? a way to get the housing off to get to outer seal w/out any cracks ?
shimming axles properly when installing, which 1 first? here the temperature gets too -25 degrees which oil is the way to go for hydraulics to work best ? & thank you , noktchup

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Bob (Aust)

02-25-2014 14:17:03

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 Re: Harry Ferguson teo 30 in reply to noktchup, 02-24-2014 08:15:24  
Tractor serial number, not engine type. The serial number is on the dash data plate in front of the steering wheel.

But as it has a Continental Z129 engine, I guess it is a US built TO-30.

The hydraulics and transmission use GL-1 oil, not hydraulic or heavy transmission oil. Considering your temps drop to -25, you would do better to run multi grade engine oil in the transmission and hydraulics, maybe 10-30 multigrade or similar?
This post was edited by Bob (Aust) at 22:45:36 02/25/14.

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Bob (Aust)

02-24-2014 12:36:50

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 Re: Harry Ferguson teo 30 in reply to noktchup, 02-24-2014 08:15:24  
Post the serial number and prefix here and we can advise you what you have and year of manufacture. The differences are important, including totally different engines in some models.

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02-25-2014 11:16:00

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 Re: Harry Ferguson teo 30 in reply to Bob (Aust), 02-24-2014 12:36:50  
the serial # is Z 129- 343512 Ferguson, thanks for any help

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Richard L

02-24-2014 09:22:52

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 Re: Harry Ferguson teo 30 in reply to noktchup, 02-24-2014 08:15:24  
Which tractor do you have? There is no TEO 30! There is a TO 30, TE 20 and TEA 20 and others.

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02-24-2014 11:05:38

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 Re: Harry Ferguson teo 30 in reply to Richard L, 02-24-2014 09:22:52  
well hi Richard , I am gonna say that I have a To 30, I am not looking right @ the serial #, so I 'm guessing that you are going to tell me that there is quite a bit of difference between them , huh, well let me know what I'm gonna need for some help, thanks , noktchup

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