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Re: New to me TO-35

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05-22-2014 14:37:17

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It took me a long time to change the transmission oil in my to35.

I plowed a few garden spots so I had the transmission about as hot as it would ever get in normal service. I opened the drains and let it drain over night. By morning no more oil was running out. I have drained my oil in the last few years and the tractor almost never sets out or gets rained on, so any water in my sump would be condensation.

Then I slowly filled the sump with gl-1 mineral oil 90 weight that I purchased from Napa, they had the oil in 1 and 5 gal containers.

It takes a while to refill the sump as the oil has to drain back into all areas of the transmission differential.

System works good, however in the winter the gl-1 oil is thick and the lift is a little slow. But I am in no hurry so I just wait on it,

Probably would have been better to fill sump with 10w30 oil for winter use. But I had always heard about protecting the yellow metal bearings in the transmission with the gl-1 oil.

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 Re: New to me TO-35 in reply to maxwell99, 05-22-2014 14:37:17  
original owners manual calls for 80 wt mineral oil in cold and 90 wt mineral oil in hotter climate. current spec massey ferguson permatranIII although lighter wt(20) is more than adequate. only factor will be lift pump performance. might not lift as much weight or will drop when engine is shut down quicker than with heavier oil

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