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Re: oil change for cub cadet 122

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happy hooker pullers

11-30-2012 23:45:54

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Thanx to all of you who replied to my question about oil.I do not have a manual yet, but i will get one soon ,I like the 5w-50 oil for the winter time ,IS there a synthetic oil i can use for spring an summer, OR should i really stick with the straight 30 wt. I don't want to burn up my tractor, i will get an hr meter also an amp meter.I will change as often as needed 25hr. or sooner, an keep it full on the dip stick. I plan on doing some compitition pulling with this an some of my other cub cadets tractors. CC-72 CC-104 I'm not sure with which one yet THANX again for the reply's The HAPPY HOOKER PULLERS

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Tom Arnold

12-01-2012 04:07:20

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 Re: oil change for cub cadet 122 in reply to happy hooker pullers, 11-30-2012 23:45:54  
If you want to run synthetic, then go to Amsoil's website. They have a product that is equal to straight 30 weight.

Oil.... as a subject matter... is as personal and volatile as politics and religion. Therefore, I will not attempt to sway you one way or the other. There is no filtration on your motor. As such, the only way to protect the engine is to change out the oil every 25 hours at the maximum. If you were running in very dusty conditions, then perhaps every 10 hours would be more advisable. Using a synthetic oil does not change any of that because both types of oil will get equally contaminated under the same operating conditions.

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