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'63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in.

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Baffled OK

01-27-2002 23:10:03

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Is Ford hyd. oil 134(Ford M2C134-D) used in the SOS transmission, Hyd. lift, and the rear diferencial? And are the casement housings seperate or do any of the three share same oil reseroir? And is the disposable cartidrige filter(left side of transmission behind steering arm)still available. If not what is replacment? Also is it advisable to use 10W50 Castor oil as engine lube. (Area atmosphere temp range 25 deg.F to 100 deg F). Also how do I know if engine is 134 or 172 cu. in.? Thanks in advance!!

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04-26-2004 14:48:08

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 Re: '63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in in reply to Baffled OK, 01-27-2002 23:10:03  
I would be interested in finding out about technology Industry as it relates to 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil technology. I am in a technology field and I have never heard of this type of situation with gases and oils. I will be back to see if you reply with any information on the offshore oil and gas technology industry. Each has there own background in the regional gas and oil technology industry as part of their own oil and gas technology.

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Greg NE

01-28-2002 16:14:57

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 Re: '63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in. in reply to Baffled OK, 01-27-2002 23:10:03  
I would run the 134 in the tranny and hyd. and 90wt in the rearend, that is what I run in my 63 4000 and that is what the book calls for. My SOS does not have a filter where you say yours is, I know there was an optional hyd. filter and I beleive it went on the right side under the seat. The SOS filter is under the top cover of the tranny and you need to remove the cover to get to it, not an easy job, adjustment of cables and such. The motor I run 20wt in the winter and 30wt nondetergent in the summer, that is the way it has been run since it was bought new by my Dad in 63. good luck Greg NE

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01-28-2002 15:01:25

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 Re: '63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in. in reply to Baffled OK, 01-27-2002 23:10:03  
The selecto-speed tranny filter you asked about is available from your New Holland dealer.

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01-28-2002 09:39:25

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 Re: '63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in. in reply to Baffled OK, 01-27-2002 23:10:03  
Yes that is the correct oil except now it is New Holland brand. Check the trans. level at the square headed pipe thread plug at the center of the R.H. foot rest, the hydraulic compartment with the dipstick on the L.H. side, and the rear axle at the square headed pipe thread plug behind the L.H. rear axle housing. The engine oil filter cartridge is still available from your dealer. I would recommend 15W40 year oil round. Your engine is 172

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Dave NM

01-29-2002 05:32:02

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 Re: Re: '63-4000 4cyl gas Hyd. Oil 134 engine cu. in. in reply to Scott, 01-28-2002 09:39:25  
If the rear trany seal is bad the oil can migrate to the differential. I had to drain a couple gallons of oil out of the diff. 90wt in the diff.

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