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Tony in Mass.
Long ago, and far away, in the last millennium,I was using a fleet of old Allis Chalmers on the Canadian border.If it was above freezing, the air was humid as the seashore. The engine oils looked like chocolate milkshake every morning, checked the oil again at noon, all normal again. The heat evaporated the water out of the engine in a few hours. An Allis arsend got very hot, hot enough to burn your leg, so that evaporated quickly too. A fergie arsend isn't going heat up enough fast enough to evaporate it all. Best to drain it out, let it separate and pour the good stuff back in. Not everyday or anything, Every few weeks, couple times a year. At least once before the tractor gets put aside for the winter and the water possibly freezes and break something down there. And yeah, buy some camo tarps and keep it covered.
BTW, I now use 15W30 in everything.. large and small... fore and aft...
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