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Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil?

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01-11-2013 15:07:43

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an owner's manual can help... gives you pictures to go along with the description, and capacities and specs. Manuals are available from this site.

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01-12-2013 07:12:54

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 Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil? in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-11-2013 15:07:43  
Thanks for the link, Fordfarmer. I ordered one and paid with Paypal which made it real easy.

I guess I'm like the guy on Green Acres except I'm not a rich lawyer and my wife isn't named Gabor.

Getting back to my original post, do I use hydraulic oil or some type of transmission fluid? I replaced both lines yesterday and would like to finish the job but I want to make sure I use the correct oil. Thanks....

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01-12-2013 07:40:33

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 Re: Where do I put in the hydraulic oil? in reply to Dave314, 01-12-2013 07:12:54  
Go with a UTF (Universal Tractor Fluid) that meets New Holland (Ford) 134D specs. It will list what specs it meets on the bucket or jug. The hydraulic resevoir is separate from the transmission and rear end, but the seals between the compartments often leak, so it's best to use an oil that will work in the hydraulics AND the gear cases.

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