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Re: Foamy trans oil in NAA

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soundguy

07-08-2013 12:02:17
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you assume wrong.

diffy, trnas and hyds are seperate sump.

hyds nominal capacity is 2g. for your milky oil.. i'd dump in a quart of kero or diesel and a pint of alcohol.. a half quart of atf.. run then drain. if it was real frothy.. i'd then dump in a gallon of diesel, the other hlf quart of atf..a nd another pint of rubbing alcohol... then agitate and drain..




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petertay

07-08-2013 13:27:13
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 Re: Foamy trans oil in NAA in reply to soundguy, 07-08-2013 12:02:17  
You are so helpful to a guy who doesn't know much about the NAA.

Okay, three places for oil. Differential I topped off with 80 gear oil.
Hydraulic AND tranny are milky. wierd. I'll flush both as you suggest.

You mention ATF, are they all the same? I thought there was Type F and the other kind. Is it worth buying Hy-Tran for this old gal that will only mow thistles and plow snow?
Thanks.

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soundguy

07-09-2013 06:24:47
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 Re: Foamy trans oil in NAA in reply to petertay, 07-08-2013 13:27:13  
for flushing and cleaning.. i'd use type F atf or dex/mer 3 not the newer atfs.

and just to be clear.. atf and utf are not the same.

80w90 gear oil is fine for naa diffy and tranny. hyds needs utf. you could use utf in all 3 sumps.. or the front 2 if you already have gear oil in the diffy.



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petertay

07-08-2013 15:24:54
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 Re: Foamy trans oil in NAA in reply to petertay, 07-08-2013 13:27:13  
SoundGuy, I found where you answered my fluid questions on another forum as you discussed the various fluids for the various purposes. Thanks.

But I do have a further question about the FEL return line. You said, "you can tie the 3pt arms down and come out of that plug on e naa blank cover to feed an OC valve, and then return to the tank via the fill cap."

Do you mean tap a hole in the wide cap where fluid is added? Sounds inconvenient when fluid is being added, or did I misunderstand?
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soundguy

07-09-2013 06:27:30
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 Re: Foamy trans oil in NAA in reply to petertay, 07-08-2013 15:24:54  
return lines are low pressure.

most guys that are faking out hyds tieing the 3pt down just simply take a 90' elbow fitting with pipe thread on one side and a hose barb on the other. they drill the hyd fill cap and tap for pipe threads.. screw the cap on, and then screw the fititng in till it lines up good for the return line, then just push the return line onto the barb. to add fluid.. all ya gott do is slip hose off and remove cap.

another option is to plumb that fitting into the cover where the hyds dipstick is... etc

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