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Re: Ford 601 1960 yr.

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07-18-2013 06:40:41

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Others have posted this chart before, I think this is the definitive source on what to use in "modern" terms.

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 Re: Ford 601 1960 yr. in reply to cbrown9064, 07-18-2013 06:40:41  
Hello CBrown , Others have posted this chart before and it is still wrong no matter how many times you post it , it is the FOUNTAIN OF MISINFORMATION posted by a COMPANY WHO WANTS TO SELL YOU A NEW TRACTOR and does care what happens to your old tractor by using the WRONG LUBRICANTS IN IT why is that so hard to understand ? There is no such thing as MODERN TERMS in regards to oil specs. either it is made or it is not made anymore . Finding the correct cross reference chart for old oil specs to newer oil specs. is another thing . The 80 weight and 90 weight MINERAL OIL that was used in these tractors new is still made and used today BUT not available EVERYWHERE like Hydraulic oil . Hydraulic pumps DESIGNED 50 TO 70 YEARS AGO were designed to use HEAVIER OIL because MACHINING TOLERANCES were SLOPPIER than that of the HYDRAULIC PUMPS MADE TODAY which can use LIGHTER HYDRAULIC OIL and since manufacturers DO NOT WANT OLD TRACTORS WORKING any more they recommend oil that is used in CURRENT PRODUCTION TRACTORS REGARDLESS IF IT CORRECT OR NOT for your old tractor because they want to sell you a new tractor or at least parts for your old one if you dumb enough to continue using the the wrong oil and keep wearing it out , they get you either way . So if your DEFINITIVE SOURCE is just keep spending your money on break downs go ahead , otherwise go to an OIL MANUFACTURER that their only business is to make and sell oil and buy the correct oil for what ever you own . IF you had the choice would you eat NATURAL/ORGANIC FOOD or PROCESSED FOOD ? DRINK CITY WATER or NATURAL SPRING WATER ? BREATH CLEAN COUNTRY AIR or DIRTIER CITY AIR ? Think out side the box or just follow the rest of the sheep to slaughter it is your money .

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 Re: Ford 601 1960 yr. in reply to TONY JACOBS, 07-18-2013 08:46:03  
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