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Re: 1948 Ferguson TE-20 and Bush Hog Rotary Cutter 105

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Trac

09-08-2012 14:56:13
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all the tranny fill caps take the same oil that is the hydraulic reservoir steering box brush hog uses gear oil just fill them up to the plug screw the one with the square head




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Terry Hughes

09-08-2012 16:17:02
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 Re: 1948 Ferguson TE-20 and Bush Hog Rotary Cutter 105 in reply to Trac, 09-08-2012 14:56:13  
What viscosity is the hydraulic oil? There seems to be so many on the market. Can you be more specific?

Also, when I put the oil in the bush hog, it leaks right out. How do I repair? Someone suggested putting in heavy grease. Is this a good idea?



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John(UK)

09-11-2012 06:37:55
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 Re: 1948 Ferguson TE-20 and Bush Hog Rotary Cutter 105 in reply to Terry Hughes, 09-08-2012 16:17:02  
Use Multi-grade 10W/30 oil, it is much better in cold weather and is a better for the hydraulics because it is thinner and has additives to prevent wear. Where-as the original type was just a plain oil and nothing in it. Having said that, although you can buy oil that is sold as the original oil, it now has additives but still gets thick when cold, so you are better using the Multi-Grade 10W/30 oil. The Bush-Hog, have you checked if the Bearings are worn in the Gearbox, if they are you need to change them and perhaps not cut as low as that is what causes them to wear, that and running without oil.If you did use grease in the gearbox you should also add some gear oil so that there are never any cavities in the grease which would mean that the parts are not getting proper lubrication, using some gear oil in with the grease would mean that the oil would run into these cavities. But check the Bearings and sort them out if necessary, even the grease Will run out if it gets hot, so you will never completely cure it if the bearings are worn. Just grasp the Blade under the Deck to see if there is any up and down movement at the tip of the blade, if there is the bearings are worn. Never set the Hog so low that the blades touch the ground, even if it is only occasionally, it is a mower not a Rotovator and it isn't made to do that. Set the back 2" higher than the front this will allow the cut grass etc. to escape more quickly and not use as much power, set the front high enough to keep out of the wet stuff in the bottom. If you would like more information about your tractor and using it with a Hog, Email me at the address below and I will send it....John(UK)....fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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 Re: 1948 Ferguson TE-20 and Bush Hog Rotary Cutter 105 in reply to Terry Hughes, 09-08-2012 16:17:02  
NAPA carries universal hydro oil or you can buy a multi grade oil 10/40 it's less expensive. It won't hurt it but i don't think it will last long the grease that is it will get flung to the out side of the bearing,they sell a product that swells up the seal making it tighter that may be the way to go.



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