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Re: Ford 841-d or new lawn ornament???

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Sean in PA

05-21-2014 19:48:25

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[quote:d15346dee3]Sean in PA; Thanks for the current spec #. Got any idea what off the shelf readily available product I should get for a test run on this pump? I'm really thinking this dexron VI is not the ticket[/quote:d15346dee3]

Mots folks go with the cheapest UTF they can find that meets the 134D spec. The cheapest one that I can find near me is at TSC. It's called "Travellers Premium Universal Tractor trans/Hydraulic Fluid" and is currently $39.99 for a 5 gallon bucket, which is a bargain compared to "real" 134D fluid from new Holland at somewhere around $70.00 for the same amount, and every now and then TCS puts it on sale for $32 or $34 a bucket, and that's when I buy it. TSC sells another one that's less expensive, but it just says on the label "Good for most older tractors", and it doesn't list any manufacturer's specs. The Travellers Premium says that it meets the specs for all of the major brands, JD, Kubota Ford/New Holland, Case, etc. TSC also sells a third one called Travellers Renew, which also meets the specs, but it's more expensive and it claims that it has "Improved seal performance minimizing common leaks in older tractors", which just means to me that it has some sort of stop-leak product in it that makes it cost more, and may clog up some critical passageway in the hydraulic system, so I've never tried that one.

Some folks on here say that their local Walmart carries a UTF that meets the 134D spec as well, and sometimes it can be on sale for even less than the Travellers Premium at TSC, but I'm not so lucky with the Walmart stores near me.
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05-22-2014 09:21:08

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 Re: Ford 841-d or new lawn ornament??? in reply to Sean in PA, 05-21-2014 19:48:25  
I found some fluid, ..At a Carquest store, $14 per gallon. Several places in town have a product that meets the specs but they only carry 5 gal buckets. I don't know how much need but I don't think it's 5 gallons. I'll start with a couple gallons.

Thanks for the Info.


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